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Transitioning Overlooked & Underutilized Spaces to Host Native Plants

Stephanie Judge, Conservation Project Manager, The Nature Conservancy in Wisconsin

Event Details

Date
Saturday, January 30, 2021
Time
10-11 a.m.
Location
Meeting URL will be sent after registration.
Description
This session will help attendees reconsider the underused and overlooked areas of their urban yards and explain how those large swaths of traditional green lawns or areas massed in invasive shrubs along edges can be reclaimed for their wildlife habitat and ecosystem service potential. Stephanie will share how processes The Nature Conservancy uses to restore land at scale can be applied to a residential setting, specifically discussing key tools and techniques.
Cost
$10 for public, Free for Friends of the Garden

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