Join the Green and Blue Network for a virtual trip to northwest lower Michigan to learn about the power of collaboration in advancing support for the environment. We will spend time learning about the intersection of trails and protected areas, government and tribal collaboration, the Water for All Initiative and the creation of radial interdependence to move environmental work forward. This webinar will feature speakers from on-the-ground projects that are leading and advocating as a sector to support the environment.
Glen Chown, executive director, Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy
Julie Clark, executive director, TART Trails
Jean Derenzy, chief executive officer, Traverse City Downtown Development Authority
Brett Fessell, restoration section leader, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians
Jennifer Jay, director of communications and engagement, Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy
Liz Kirkwood, executive director, FLOW For Love of Water
David Mengebier, president and chief executive officer, Grand Travese Regional Community Foundation
Kathryn Huschke, executive director, Oleson Foundation
There is no cost for CMF Members to participate, but registration is required.
September 25, 2020 at 9:30AM EDT