October 17, 2018



Earth Day Project Unveiling

Monday, April 16
Interlochen Center for the Arts

In anticipation of Earth Day, high school students from Interlochen Center for the Arts are unveiling a conservation awareness project – the restoration of a 70-year old plantation forest. They’ve taken a 10-acre forest – trees, soil, foliage, etc. – to create an environmental sculpture. They will also hold an extinct bird funeral... taking clay birds representing extinct bird species & filled with native wildflower seeds, & burying them funeral-style so that they will help to re-seed a new forest.

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