In March 2018, the Farmland Pollinator Protection Project announced that farmers in Michigan's Grand Traverse region would begin to establish high-quality pollinator habitat on several acres of local farmland.
The Grand Traverse region, deep in the heart of the fertile fruit belt of Western Michigan, is the ideal place to pilot this project because so much of the agricultural production in the area (from cherries to apples) is dependent upon local pollinators.
With the project now underway, we are currently seeking investment from corporations, small businesses, and community organizations interested in the unique opportunity to directly fund pollinator habitat expansion. For more information on the project and investment tiers, please visit www.farmland.org/PollinatorProtection
Corporations, small businesses, and others interested in investing, please fill out the form below. If you have any questions, please contact Brian Brandt at email@example.com.
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