In This Issue
Community Solutions News
February 14, 2018
Conservation 2.0 and Regenerating Landscapes
Join the Tecumseh Land Trust and Community Solutions for two days focused on the twin goals of conserving and regenerating our landscapes.
Tecumseh Land Trust and several other partners aim to improve water quality in the Jacoby Creek and Yellow Springs Creek sub-watersheds of the Little Miami River. Their five-year Regional Conservation Partnership will fund easement purchases and conservation practices. With speakers from The Nature Conservancy, The Conservation Fund, and more!
Join us to explore:
- Finance Options
- Working with lenders and foundations to leverage partnerships for landscape-scale conservation
Join us to hear how regenerative soil practices build healthy ecosystems, increase resilience to drought and pests, improve productivity, counter climate change, and enhance environmental and human health.
Conference speakers include:
- Peter Bane, author of The Permaculture Handbook
- David Brandt, Carbon Farmer
- David Chal, Biodynamic Gardener, Greenacres
- Solomon Gamboa, Pioneer Landscapes
- Amalie Lipstreau, Policy Director, OEFFA Krista Magaw, Executive Director, Tecumseh Land Trust
- Nadia Malarkey, award-winning natural landscaper
- Devin Schenk, Mitigation Program Manager, The Nature Conservancy
Sponsored by the Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions, Tecumseh Land Trust, and partners. Limited-income tickets available.