District 6600 EnviroClub Awards Program
Gold, Silver and Bronze Level Awards Available!
- Name an Enviro Chair at the Club Level
- Share a Summary of Environmental Activities
Awards program closes on March 31, 2024
Link to Program Information
Link to Program Application
Operation Pollination Initiative
Now that Spring has arrived, remember to plant native to support pollinators in your garden this year! See the attached PDF to learn more about Operation Pollination, and for gardening tips to support pollinators in NW Ohio.
The Resolution and Pledge can be found here under Operation Pollination.
Your Ohio District Governors respectfully request that ALL Club Presidents consider signing a Pollinator Pledge online at the web site above. It’s so simple. A few clicks and you’re done. PLEASE discuss ideas with your respective clubs, get buy-in, and sign the Pledge, so you’ll be ready to act.
Operation Pollination is an inclusive framework where everyone (Rotary and other organizations) is invited to participate. PLEASE use your incredible networking skills to recruit other organizations to join you and sign their own Pollinator Pledge. These organizations can be large or small, government or non-government, for profit or not-for-profit. EVERYONE.
Please also know that there is never any judgment about your project and that your signing a Pledge is based only on Rotary’s Four Way Test. No one will ever come to check up on your project. From planting three milkweed seeds to restoring a prairie (and everything in between), all projects are treated the same. No judgment. These projects are all based on your capability, capacity, and interest in pollinator protection.
ESRAG, Club Resources & Ideas
Plant Rich Diet Project
Increasing the amounts of fruits and vegetables we eat is one of the most effective actions we can take to reverse the effects of a warming planet.
The Rotary Club of Ann Arbor North has developed the Global 15-Day Plant-Rich Diet Challenge which is recorded here for you to try anytime. Check it out for recipes, cooking demonstrations, and presentations by climate scientists, medical doctors, and nutrition experts.