Wednesday, April 29, 2020
The League of Women Voters of Leelanau County and Crosshatch extend their enthusiastic invitation to the public to join “Climate Change Solutions in the Soil,” a digital conversation focused on learning about ecological approaches to farming and gardening. This program is a virtual panel discussion and Q&A about how good farming and gardening practices can sequester carbon and be one way to mitigate some climate change severity. Local panelists will reflect on farm and gardening practices that capture carbon into the soil, while building resilient systems for growing plants.
Panelists will include Paul May (May Farm), Dr. Nate Walton (MSU Extension), and Kama Ross (Leelanau, Benzie and Grand Traverse Conservation Districts).
RSVP here to let us know you're going, then register at the Crosshatch event page to get the Zoom link.