Monarch butterflies rely on varieties this plant for their life cycle, however it's becoming more and more scarce due to development and rampant weed spraying.
Pictured to the right is Asclepias incarnata, our swamp milkweed superhero. We want to get this variety included in the maintenance budget for every wetland mitigation project.
To be effective in our mission to help Monarch butterflies, we need equal involvement among state officials, private corporations, and residents.
Pollinator gardens designed to accommodate any yard, patio, or storefront space!
Diverse plant selections become a continuation of local ecosystems for various pollinating insects and birds. Using all native wildflowers that are adapted to the hot, Florida climate and don't need help to grow = big water savings!
Coast redwoods and their jumbo cousins, the giant sequoias, grow very fast and live for an extremely long time. This guy to the left is just hitting middle age around 2,000 years old! These trees are inherently valuable and by protecting them, we amplify that value.
Sequoia trees offer us more than humbling beauty. While fast growing trees get results quickly, long lived trees promise more long term solutions to climate change problems. By protecting and restoring giant sequoia ecosystems, we can make our carbon sequestration efforts extend centuries into the future. Although these trees are quite literally some of our biggest benefactors in the face of climate change, sometimes the things humans need the most are the ones they turn their back on. In addition to pressure from logging throughout history, the rise in annual temperatures and the changing precipitation patterns have left six small groves remaining where giant sequoia seeds can still germinate and grow. Global warming is very real to them and it spells extinction. Is the extent of our modern luxury and excessive lifestyle really worth your grandchildren's turn to stand here and dream?
Resonant Ecology is raising funds to start a large scale planting project in California. We also hope to boost current conservation programs underway in the beautiful Sierra National Forest.
A conservation land trust is the acquisition of land for the purposes of protecting threatened ecosystems, wildlife or natural resources for future generations to enjoy. Resonant Ecology is fundraising to strategically purchase land throughout the U.S. and place it in trust. We are also interested in negotiating conservation easement agreements with landowners. Please contact us if you have property or farmland that can be used for easement purposes. Usage rights will remain with the current owners and farming activities may continue, however the conservation easement will "follow the land" to all future owners, forever.
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