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April 10, 2018 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
WHERE: Building 72 in the Arboretum at the Central Experimental Farm,
east of the Prince of Wales roundabout
- There is both joy and challenges in gardening for wildlife – it requires different approaches and strategies, even a different mind-set, from regular gardening.
- This talk addresses the characteristics of plants and garden design that help you create a wildlife-friendly garden, including strategies for food, shelter and water.
- It details practices that encourage birds and beneficial insects to make their home in your garden. Resources specific to the Ottawa area will be discussed.
- A brief overview of the process for certifying your garden as wildlife habitat or as a monarch way-station will be reviewed.
- Rebecca Last is a Master Gardener with MG Ottawa-Carleton who encourages the audience to consider joining a growing army of Citizen Scientists who are helping us better understand how people are changing the natural world.
INFO: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-230-3276