Resilience: Fall Newsletter 2020
This year has certainly been a tough one. The challenges we have endured, and continue to endure, have shown us our capacity for resilience. That is why we chose this concept as the theme for our newsletter this fall.
In this issue, a volunteer shares how volunteering for the Land Conservancy helped her through the uncertainty of the pandemic, we explore how we are supporting landscape resilience on the Lake Michigan Shoreline, conservation easement owners discuss their efforts to steward their land, and a supporter shares how the pandemic showed her the importance of prioritizing getting outside.
Read the stories here:
- In uncertain times, volunteering helps Mackenzie Scott stay grounded
- Focal Region Feature: Lake Michigan Shoreline
- In it for the long haul: How three LCWM conservation easement owners are proactively caring for their land
- GVSU professor studies ways to support forest resilience at two LCWM nature preserves
- For Margaret Idema, the pandemic has made time in nature a higher priority
Cover artwork was designed and illustrated by Spencer High.
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