Join us for our General Membership Meeting!
June 5th – 9:30 am
Bengel Wildlife Center – Bath, MI (near Lansing).
The center is operated by the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy.
We will be meeting in the DeVlieg Conservation Hall.
See the facilities
Click or tap for THE MAP – your journey awaits!
We are thrilled to announce that our
featured presenter will be Peter Sinclair!
Sinclair is a videographer and founder of climatecrocks.com He also writes for Yale Climate Connections an initiative of Yale University’s Center for Environmental Education. News outlet Treehugger called Sinclair “The sharpest climate change denial debunker on youtube”.
Registration begins at 9:30 am. The meeting will end around 4:00 pm.
We hope you can make it for the whole day, but better late than never!
Feel free to walk in any time between 9:30 and 4:00
Lunch is at noon.
This is a pot-luck-lunch event. Please bring a dish to pass.
For those unfamiliar with the custom, the pros often bring well prepared items in crock pots or dishes, but if that sounds intimidating just grab something simple like a snack tray at a grocery store. Don’t panic. It’s just lunch.
We raise funds at this event through a silent auction.
Please consider bringing useful or entertaining things to donate. It’s really a lot of fun. Last year’s auction included a solar oven! Selected items will be sold in a live “not-so-silent” auction, hosted by our joyous and perennial auctioneer Stas Yascolt. We hope you’ll join in the fun of bidding!
The dish to pass for lunch and a donation to the auction are the suggested admission for this event, and we hope those who are able will embrace their communal nature. BUT, If all you have is the shirt on your back and a love for the Earth in your heart, please don’t let anything stop you from attending. We know the feeling and we will bring extra soup.
10:00 : Climate Change Update 2016 – Peter Sinclair
12:00 : potluck lunch (please bring a dish to pass)
1:00 : board of directors election
2:00 : not-so-silent auction
3:00 : short film – The Last Farmer in Fukushima
4:00 : See ya later!
Walk the grounds if you want.
The trails through the wildlife center are open until dusk!