So, my last assignment in order to complete my course with Dr. Jane Goodall’s ‘Roots and Shoots’ program (A.K.A.: Compassionate Leadership Through Service Learning with Jane Goodall and Roots & Shoots), is to complete a ‘Campaign Plan.’ As a part of the process of creating such an important step – one needs to create mapping over your local area. Since, all of the education, conservation will be happening after we relocate to New Zealand in 2019 – I felt, it would be best to create the project around the Butterfly Forests Homestead. 🙂
The mapping I learned from ‘Roots and Shoots’ on Coursera, will help me further establish an overview layout of the homestead over the property, locate community areas where I can network/make a difference for the better [community/human, animal and environment], tag wildlife areas where I can explore with Daniel and see if we can help where needed there, tag public buildings that hold resources and materials, to various other important planning.
I can also go back to the map, in the future to update and review how our progress is moving along – and if there is anything we might of missed or want to add. 🙂 In the future, we will incorporate mapping that will show opportunities for youth and adult programs on the Butterfly Forests Homestead; once we have all of ‘our-ducks-in-order.’ ❤
Children and adults of all ages will eventually become a big-apart of the community that is the Butterfly Forests Homestead and Rosetwig Music Hall. First, we need to plan it out in the states and get the base approved first. 😉 Volunteers (teenagers to adults) will be helping build the main house and bathroom, once we make touch down onto our property in February-March of 2019. We shall post up a public event on Facebook for people to sign up for various workshops and future programs. There will be a sliding-scale fee to attend the workshops. In the early fall of this year (TBA), Daniel and I shall post the first pubic event/workshop. ❤ 🙂