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Creating a Backyard Habitat   

Fall is the best time to plant natives! You can provide essential habitats for hundreds of species of native pollinators, birds, lizards, toads, frogs, beneficial insects, and furry critters, and still have a beautiful garden. Even the smallest space can contribute to the survival of vanishing species. Habitat is defined as a source of food, water, shelter, and nesting materials and places. There are many simple and inexpensive strategies for supporting wildlife through backyard habitats. You will build on your general understanding of gardening with native plants and assess what habitat resources will work best in your yard.
  • Creating a Backyard Habitat
  • Item: SU24-112
    Tuition: $75.00
    Days: M     Dates: 7/8/2024 - 7/15/2024
    Sessions: 2     Times: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM     
    Room: 205     Building: Building 3       
    Enroll Min: 6    Enroll Max: 15
    Instructor: Kathy Dickinson
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