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Added a few new groups to the community groups page, including Holistic Selfcare in Farmington, MI, a group focused on healthy living for individuals, as well as the Lansing Ecological Economy Park which is devoted to developing a truly green economic incubator to our capital.
We are beginning to expand our listing of community groups to surrounding regions. If you know of one in your area and do not see it listed yet, let us know!
Levi Meeuwenberg of RealEYEs homestead hosts a list of organizations and educators in his area, Northwest Lower Peninsula, so we are partnering with him and directing you there. We will list community groups in that region. He also has a crowdfunding campaign going on so please support as you can!
Milton is now including AMPYs monthly meetings on the Meetup calendar.
Added a few upcoming offering in Lansing. The 27th annual Wildflower Conference is coming to the Kellogg Center. Also Allen Neighborhood Center is offering an urban gardener certification program. The also have a number of upcoming workshops scheduled
In Ypsilanti, Growing Hope is offering a garden leadership training program.
At the Cranbrook Institute of Science, a workshop for Lakefront Property Owners, Protecting your Shoreline, is being held.