Gardening with Native Plants
The environmental crises facing us can feel hopeless and overwhelming, but you have the power to make a big difference in your very local ecosystem that is your yard. Your outdoor space can be an oasis for native insects, birds, and herptiles when you choose to use native plants for landscaping. Join Julie Batty, Blandford’s Land Stewardship Manager to learn how native plants help local wildlife, which native plants can flourish in your space, where to find them, and how to care for them. Warning: a passion for native plants can lead to a beautiful garden, new friendships, and birdwatching!
This program is intended for adults ages 18 and older.
Pre-registration is required to attend this program. Online registration closes at 12pm the day before the program, unless it is sold out first. If this program is sold out, please complete online registration to be added to the waitlist. You will not be charged to be added to the waitlist. We will contact you if spots become available.
This program will take place at the Mary Jane Dockeray Visitor Center at 1715 Hillburn Ave NW.
Please Note: This program will take place indoors. In the event of severe weather, the program will be canceled and participants will be notified of their refund options.