Published in Southwest Michigan's Second Wave Media
March 27, 2014
|Tom Small (Photo by Erik Holladay)|
As the world changes at a pace that is impossible to keep up with, a grassroots movement wants to help communities cope with what's ahead. Zinta Aistars has the story on the Transition Movement.
Kalamazoo area chapter of Wild Ones, or KAWO, a nonprofit organization that encourages people to learn about and plant native plants.
W. K. Kellogg Biological Station, 3700 East Gull Lake Drive in Hickory Corners, as part of Garden Education Day.
Transition Movement, a grassroots movement that seeks to build community resilience in the face of such challenges as peak oil, climate change, and the economic crisis.