Talk: Growing our Gardens More Resilient - Habitat Gardening for Pollinators
Time: 5/24/2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Venue: 900 Sanford Rd., Santa Rosa, CA., 95401

Butterflies, Birds and Bees - oh my! If you are fond of these charismatic pollinators and want to see more of them in your garden then this is the event for you!

Join Daily Acts and the Laguna Foundation for this informative evening, where we will learn from local experts on how to build habitat in our gardens to support pollinators and other wildlife. With presenters from three amazing organizations - the Sonoma County Master Gardeners, Native Songbirds Care & Conservation and the Sonoma County Bee Keepers there is sure to be something for everyone! The talk will be followed by a tour of the Laguna Environmental Center native plant garden which incorporates pollinator friendly and habitat providing plants.

Suzanne Clarke, a Sonoma County Master Gardener will focus on how to incorporate nectar and larval food sources into our gardens to provide habitat for our local butterflies.

Veronica Bower, Director of Native Songbird Care & Conservation will detail how to create habitat for nesting songbirds which can also be a huge help with pest problems among other garden benefits. 

Ellen Sherron, a member of the Sonoma County Beekeepers will cover how best to provide four-season flowering and other practices in the garden to keep are hardest working pollinators satiated. 

*By attending this workshop, and registering your habitat gardening actions for our Community Resilience Challenge, you will be entered to win a gift card to California Flora Nursery
 to help grow your habitat garden!

When:   Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 from 6:00pm until 8:00pm
Where:  Laguna Environmental Center, 900 Sanford Rd (at the corner of Occidental Rd.), Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Cost:      In order to keep these community programs going we are asking for a donation at whatever level you can afford. Thank you for your support!

Please note that we have a new registration platform and if you have not done so already, you will be prompted to create a Daily Act's username and password. We are here to help you by email or by phone (707) 789-9664.