Featuring Serena Kovalosky’s new series of nature prints.
Throughout the month of May, a portion of the proceeds from Kovalosky’s print sales will benefit the Grassland Bird Trust.
Exhibition & sale in collaboration with GMT and Slyboro Ciderhouse.
About the Grassland Bird Trust
Over 7 million grassland birds have been lost in the U.S. since 1970. Grassland Bird Trust is a nonprofit land trust conserving critical habitat for endangered, threatened and rapidly declining grassland birds.
Conserving grassland birds protects our food supply, preserves biodiversity and helps mitigate climage change.
- Grassland birds eat insects and rodents that cause disease and damage or destroy crops
- Conserved grasslands support thousands of bees and butterflies that pollinate fruits, vegetables, hay and other crops
- Grasses store carbon in their roots and the soil. Natural climate solutions have the potential to store about 1/3 of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S.