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Thursday
12
APR

Creating Wildlife Habitat

12:00
13:30

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UPDATE: The "Renovating Your Overgrown Jungle" talk has been postponed. In its place, Pam Borso will speak about wildlife habitats.

About the talk:
Your backyard is your outdoor sanctuary. With some careful plant choices, it can be a sanctuary for nesting and overwintering birds, as well as a recharge station for migrating birds. Discover how thousands of people across the nation are welcoming wildlife--from butterflies to birds--into their communities. Private citizens throughout our state have made Washington the leader in this movement, creating wildlife habitat in their yards, school grounds, parks and even business landscapes.

Pam Borso is current President of the North Cascades Audubon Society. She just completed Washington Native Plant Society Stewardship Training and volunteers regularly for Whatcom Land Trust, Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association, and the Pacific Northwest Invasive Plant Council.

Location: Food Co-op Bakery's Healthy Connections Room

This talk is part of the Master Gardener Foundation's monthly meetings, which are always free and open to the public. Brown bag lunch encouraged.