Wholehearted Regeneration at the Cambridge Science Festival
Join the Cambridge Science Festival to learn about the first urban pocket forest planted with the Miyawaki Method in the Northeastern USA
Wholehearted Regeneration: Boosting Communal and Climate Resilience One Pocket Forest at a Time
REGISTER TO JOIN: https://bio4climate.org/events/cambridge-science-festival-talk/.
Join the Cambridge Science Festival to learn about the first urban pocket forest planted with the Miyawaki Method in the Northeastern USA, and explore the family of ecosystem restoration solutions to climate change.
Maya Dutta, Assistant Director of Regenerative Projects at Bio4Climate will share her work on Miyawaki Forests, which includes caring for the first forest of this kind planted in the Northeast US in Danehy Park, Cambridge in September 2021. She will share the story of that project and ongoing rewilding work in the Greater Boston area and beyond, and discuss how this method and other forms of ecosystem restoration can build community resilience, equity, and wellbeing while addressing global climate change. She will share information and reflections on the benefits to physical and mental health that come from connecting to nature, and invite the audience to understand our interdependent wellbeing and claim their role as mindful, loving participants in our living Earth.
This presentation and Q&A session will run for approximately an hour and a half, from 3 – 4:30pm ET. It will take place in the auditorium of the Cambridge Public Library – Main Branch at 449 Broadway. Donation suggested, register at https://bio4climate.org/events/cambridge-science-festival-talk/.
Date & Time
October 6, 2022
3:00PM - 4:30PM
Cambridge Public Library (Main Branch) - 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA, 02138 449 Broadway Cambridge 02138 MA US