Nature's Best Hope: Wright Library Community Read

Nature's Best HopeJoin in the Community Read, April 1-30, 2021

Renowned entomologist and ecologist Douglas Tallamy is teaming up with Wright Library for a community read and initiative to support the Miami Valley ecosystem. Tallamy’s book Nature’s Best Hope and his Homegrown National Park movement offer a hopeful and achievable plan for urban and suburban dwellers to help save the planet.

 

4  ways to be involved in the WMPL Community Read:

  1. READ Tallamy’s exploration of biodiversity, native plants, sustainable living, and the flourishing future he envisions.
  2. JOIN virtual events throughout April to learn and discuss the ideas found in the book.
  3. ATTEND Douglas Tallamy's virtual visit on April 29th where he'll present his ideas and answer questions.
  4. EXPLORE Resources to get connected, find educational opportunities, and start changing the planet!Borrow a copy, multiple formats available

 

resources main menuAbout Nature's Best Hope and Douglas Tallamy's Home Grown National Park Movement >>

Doug's Five Easy Steps for Beginners


Thank you to our community partners: Five Rivers MetroParks | City of Oakwood | Green Oakwood


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Wright Library Community Read is part of Wright Library’s Let’s Talk series which promotes in-depth conversation, intentional community, respect, active listening, and problem-solving among neighbors. It is supported by a grant from American Library Association’s Libraries Transforming Communities Initiative. 

 


Source URL: https://wrightlibrary.org/NaturesBestHope