Date(s) - 05/26/2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cayuga Nature Center
Dayna Jorgenson will lead this workshop on the types of plants that can help enhance a healthy biosystem. Nurturing native plants in the garden and around the home can help to create food and shelter for diverse animals and insects. Join us for a walking conversation on how native plans can contribute to healthy and resilient habitats.
Dayna Jorgenson is Director of Programs at Cayuga Nature Center.
Part of our Climate Smart Stewardship series:
May 12 – Mother’s Day Hike in Smith Woods
May 19 – Revitalizing a Second Growth Forest
May 26 – Planting Flora for Fauna
June 2 – Paleo to Present: Perspectives on Changes in Plant Life
Learn more about restorative land management practices within a changing world. Discover better land stewardship practices and solutions for potential climate change-related complications.
All workshops held rain or shine (barring really severe weather) Sundays at 1:00 pm. All walks will last at least an hour. They are hikes, so participants should be prepared to be on their feet and out in the weather. In the event of a thunderstorm or worse, events will be canceled. Included with admission to the Cayuga Nature Center.
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