Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Gardening for Habitat
Gardens are habitats, but the degree to which they support local wildlife depends on our gardening practices. When and how we decide to clean up leaves or cut plants back can affect the life cycles of salamanders, bees, birds, moths, and butterflies. Our plant choices determine who visits, stays, or passes by as they look for food, shelter, and places to lay eggs. Learn more from Anna Fialkoff as she shares her own observations, practices, and research from working at Garden in the Woods.
|Date/time details||Tuesday, September 1, 2020, 6:30-7:30 p.m.|
|Fee||$12 (Members)/$15 (Nonmembers)|
|CEU||MALP MCLP: .5 NOFA AOLCP: 1|
|Certificate||Elective: Basic and Advanced, Horticulture|