January 27th Educational Program – “Native Plants & Creating a Backyard Habitat”
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January 27, 2021 at 6:00 pm via ZOOM
“Creating a Backyard Habitat”
Making your yard more attractive to pollinators can be rewarding, but increasing nectar and pollen sources are only part of the story. Beneficial insects, birds, and other wildlife need your help too! Learn how to improve the natural balance in your yard by choosing the plants and other conditions that beneficial insects, birds, and wildlife need to survive and thrive.
Presented by: Angela Weiler
Angela Weiler is a Master Gardener volunteer with the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Onondaga County. She also supervises the Native Plant Garden at Clark Reservation State Park and is a board member of the Friends of Clark Reservation. She currently serves on the Town of Dewitt Conservation Advisory Council. Angela is a Professor/Librarian – Emerita at Coulter Library of Onondaga Community College; she lives in the Jamesville/Dewitt area.