Cambridge Science Festival Talk

Cambridge Science Festival – October 6 at 3pm ET

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Wholehearted Regeneration: Boosting Communal and Climate Resilience One Pocket Forest at a Time

On Thursday, October 6, we are joining the Cambridge Science Festival’s climate hub to share insights on ecosystem restoration and urban rewilding.

Maya Dutta, Assistant Director of Regenerative Projects at Bio4Climate will share her work on Miyawaki Forests, which includes caring for the first forest of this kind planted in the Northeast US in Danehy Park, Cambridge in September 2021. She will share the story of that project and ongoing rewilding work in the Greater Boston area and beyond, and discuss how this method and other forms of ecosystem restoration can build community resilience, equity, and wellbeing while addressing global climate change. Learn more about the event and the Cambridge Science Festival, and register below.

This presentation and Q&A session will run for approximately an hour and a half, from 3 – 4:30pm ET. It will take place in the auditorium of the Cambridge Public Library – Main Branch at 449 Broadway.


Register below to join us for Wholehearted Regeneration – Boosting Communal and Climate Resilience One Pocket Forest at a Time. In order to support our work, please make a donation with your registration at whatever level feels comfortable to you. Please contact staff@bio4climate.org with any questions.


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