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Pollinators: Native Butterflies
March 29, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
We are all aflutter to celebrate butterflies for National Butterfly Month! Did you know they are important pollinators? Join @Sarahrfilley and @ProsperityForest at the Backyard Solutions Series at the White Lake Community Library on Wednesday, March 29th, from 6-7pm. Celebrate butterflies and their important role as pollinators during National Butterfly Month! Pollinators: Native Butterflies will cover keystone species and the plants that support them with easy things you can do in your backyard this spring. Supported by the Dirt Daubers Garden Club. Registration appreciated to assist with planning.
Michigan Climate Context
Did you know that the Great lakes represent 20% of the Earth’s freshwater? The State of Michigan in the US is likely to be the major National focus for climate action nationally moving forward. Global climate goals focus on the scale of National or State policies, which are challenging for local communities to translate. We urgently need local collective action and policy, but what does that look like? What can you do? What can your neighborhood do? It can start really small, as small as a spec of pollen, and together, we can make a big difference.
Regenerative Futurist guides community leaders, organizations, and changemakers through research, analysis, and multi-sector collaboration to accelerate the connections between personal agency and local activism towards realizing global climate goals.
Prosperity Forest is the Michigan Pilot of Regenerative Futurist. A wooded 1-acre regenerative prototype, rematriation do-tank, and nature-based futures lab on the shores of Lake Michigan. Catalyzing local action at the neighborhood scale, we host in-person workshops and online guest conversations to inform, inspire, delight, and provide systems, strategies, and approaches to guide your residential or commercial regenerative transformation with climate-ready solutions.