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Our Projects

The Trees for Bees Program

Trees For the Bees, is aimed at helping reduce the carbon footprint and provide pollinators, like honey bees, an early food resource to forage on. We hope to do our part in creating a sustainable community but also creating a productive green space.

Preserving Goldenrod

Operation Goldenrod is a project developed that will help improve the quality of life in urban neighborhood and educating college students on sustainable concepts. All while preserving this Native Plant of North America which happens to be pollinators magnet.

The Bee Cause Project - Pure Honey

Rescue MI Nature NOW was awarded the Whole Kids Foundation- Bee Grant for 2020. With this grant we were awarded an observation bee hive, which will serve as an educational tool in spreading bee awareness.

Community Youth Group Projects

Through our efforts with communities, children & young adults involved within our programs build memorable bonds with each other while learning the importance of nature, environments, wildlife habitat conservation, & self-sustainability.

Daffodil Drop

Daffodils, also known by their botanical name narcissus, are easy and reliable spring-flowering bulbs. They multiply quickly and return to bloom again each spring, year after year. They are not fussy about soil, will grow in sun or part shade and are not bothered by deer, rabbits and other pesky critters.

Beehive Exploration Program

Nature is precious and we’re doing our part to bring awareness to honey bee habitats. We encourage members of our urban community not to spray pesticides and herbicides due to the harmful impact it could leave on our environment and many species.

Wildlife Habitat Conservancy

One of our most common transformations includes developing wildlife habitats. In 2019, our pollinator garden was certified as a Wildlife Habitat. In order to achieve this, we preserve native plant species and install pollinator treatments to increases the amount of naturally occurring pollinator visitors like various bees and butterflies.

Community Garden & Flower Beautification Programs

Our gardens are utilized as a natural resource & entry point for nature based educational programs with our goal to develop & maintain earth’s natural resources so that communities regain the beneficial properties of fruits&  vegetables while also restoring  ecosystems.

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