ONLINESacred Grounds With National Wildlife Federation

February 2, 2021 Free
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Sacred Grounds™ is a National Wildlife Federation (NWF) program that engages diverse communities in building healthier habitats and neighborhoods through the process of installing wildlife habitats at these institutions and engaging the broader community in the process.

The Sacred Grounds program is designed to be flexible and easily adapted to meet participants’ key needs and interests, providing tools to help them achieve their visions for healthier communities and ecosystems.

We will be joined by Naomi Edelson, NWF’s senior director of wildlife partnerships and a featured speaker in the film “Hometown Habitat,” Dr. Manja Holland, regional education manager for NWF’s Great Lakes Regional Center, Native Plant Trust botanist Neela de Zoysa, and Meadowscaping for Biodiversity co-founder Jean Devine. They will help participants learn how native plants foster healthy, carbon-sequestering soils while at the same time invite wildlife to return to their native environments, and how people and congregations of all faiths can utilize their green spaces to care for creation.

There is another session on February 16 as well. While the second session will be geared toward the plants of the Northeast, this session should be generally applicable to everyone.

Questions? Email Deb Nam-Krane at

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