We are thrilled to announce the successful start of Project Pollination at the Livonia Senior Center, thanks to the dedicated efforts of our club members Erin Dobbins, Sharon Pommerville, Tammy Bonifield, Mike Ladwig, Pat Zucal, and Claude Kendrick.
This collaborative initiative aims to create a beautiful and butterfly-friendly garden by preparing the soil for the future planting of bushes and flowers. The Livonia Senior Center generously offered unused garden space, allowing our club to transform it into a haven for these delicate creatures. We are excited about the positive impact this project will have on the local ecosystem and look forward to witnessing the transformation as butterflies flock to the newly established garden. Operation Pollination is a simple 7th Area of Focus Environmental Framework — and growing Rotary “Movement “– that enables and encourages Rotarians to engage in pollinator protection and education projects.