Learn how to build a healthy habitat for humans and wildlife in our three-part Zoom series starting April 22!
Intentional Gardening: Building a Healthy Habitat for Humans and Wildlife
Many pollinator and bird species are declining at an alarming rate. But home gardeners can be part of the solution to restore a healthier balance to our local ecosystems that will better support both wildlife and humans. Learn how to be that intentional gardener through this three-part series that will help you envision, plan, and plant a habitat garden where pollinators, birds, and you can thrive.
Join Sandy Tarpinian and Amy Crumpton, local Master Gardeners and members of the Habitat Restoration Team in the City of Falls Church, and find out, too, how your efforts contribute to the City of Falls Church as a Community Wildlife Habitat.
- April 22 at 7 pm: From Old Habits to New Habitats - Restoring a Healthy Balance in Your Garden
- May 6 at 7 pm: Make Way for the Pollinators
- May 27 at 7 pm: Landscaping Like It Matters
Request a Zoom Link to This Series
If you would like to participate in this live online series, please email Marshall Webster at email@example.com to request a Zoom invite.
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