Could creating habitat be your act of hope, your gift to the future,
your little bit of defiance?
What is habitat?
A beneficial habitat has everything a living thing needs to grow and thrive: water, food, shelter, air and a place to raise young or reproduce, protection from predators.
How much do we depend on biodiversity?
A well functioning habitat provides for us. We get our food, our medicines from our surrounding. It regulates our atmosphere, cleans our water, controls pests, regulates fire, invites in pollinators.
Can you imagine having to design all these functions to collectively and systematically work for us? We depend on many diverse and beneficial habitats. Ever think about who takes care of mother-nature?
We have created an online networking space ”Seeding Hope”, that brings together people interested in creating habitat to save the planet one yard at a time. The power of this dedicated social network is in making connections with people ready to take action, to learn how to create habitat and to share our journeys, questions and successes.
Have faith, we can make a difference.
"If the air that filled my lungs became polluted, if the nutrients in the soil that produced my food became depleted, or if the spring water which made up 60% of my body became poisoned, my own health would suffer accordingly. This seems like common sense, but you wouldn’t think so by observing the way we treat the natural world today."
• These flags are made of a linen-cotton blend fabric, sewn with a cotton-twill tape across the top.
Fabric is design by Merry Cox, printed and sewn in the USA
• Each flag is approximately 4.25 inches wide by 6 inches high. They are smaller than regular Tibetan Prayer Flags
• The full length of nine flags is 65 inches including the extra cotton tape to string them up.
•In the spirit of Tibetan prayer flags, these “birds” will fade and fray when flying outside. Coupled with the natural energy of the wind, they carry messages of hope, peace and
connection into the world.