Ferns are pre-historic plants that have survived and evolved over millions of years, surviving in inhospitable areas most plants can’t. They generate life from two essential sources: the sun and the earth.
Their roots anchor them into the ground, drink up water, and absorb minerals essential for their life. Their fronds extend to the sky, gathering sunlight for the process of photosynthesis. Both are needed for the plant to survive and thrive. Like the fern, we need many kinds of support to grow our mission of environmental education.
Please take a second to celebrate and appreciate these people and organizations who support the cause!
Open House 2016 Silent Auction Donors
Corporate & Community
Our (Grass) Roots Individual Donors
|Garry Cotter||Linda WIlson||Natasha Thomas|
|Janet Lang||Kate Keogh||Arvita Cotter|
|Doug Tallman||Ning Yan||Jason Bigelow|
|Victor Elderton||Cathy Jenkins||Jason Bigelow|
|Wade Rowland||Mark Tallman|