Joe Trumpey, an associate professor at the University of Michigan’s Stamps School of Art and Design, curated an exhibit this past fall titled “Farmer as Creative”. It featured tools and implements created by farmers across the world and over the years to serve many and varied needs. For me as a non-farmer, his description of […]
Legacy is proud to present this original story by Lily Gray-Wright. Lily is the 11-year old daughter of Dana Wright, our Stewardship Coordinator. Once upon a time there was a volunteer named Brianna. Brianna liked to ride her unicorn, Sparkles, and one day they found an invasive species growing on a rainbow. They identified […]
The sky may be dreary and the ground is still hard, but spring is percolating even now. Soon fields will be plowed, seeds will be sown, and new life will break through the crust of Michigan earth. Children will emerge from winter captivity to the boundless wonder of the outdoors. The air will fill with birdsong […]
Legacy’s Spring/Summer 2015 Newsletter is now available online! Printed copies will be available starting March 6, 2015. Please contact the Legacy office if you would like to receive one. To view the online version, please click here.