September 1, 2018
Sunrise to Sunset
This event is a coming together of many different organizations centered on the love of forests and the biome they support, specifically this year, bees.
MooseWood Nature Center will be hosting The Gathering in the North, a skill share event bringing several partnering organizations together to make this special event happen.
Here are some of the wonderful groups working together this year: Yellowdog Watershed Preserve, Marquette Regional History Center, Marquette Food Coop, and the NMU Center for Native American Studies. If you’re interested, tell us more and lets work together.
Illustrator and writer, David Marshall of the children’s book co-authored by Paul Stamets, From Bears and Trees to Mushrooms and Bees. David took the science of leading mycologist, Paul Stamets and wrapped it in a fantastical story. In this book, the main character Max is a boy whose curiosity leads him on a scientific path to solve a worldwide problem: Save the bees! Marshall will be reading from his book.
Got Knowledge of a Skill to Share?
We are currently looking for folks interested in facilitating a workshop.
Get Involved by Volunteering
This event would not be possible without our volunteers! If you would like to be a part of this inaugural event please sign-up for a shift.
Where Can I Learn More?
Please visit The Gathering in the North website for more information about how you can become a partnering organization, facilitator of a workshop, or volunteer for this special event.