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Work & Learn: Adding Diversity and Planning for Resilience

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Growing in an unpredictable climate including Native Plants and Preserving Biodiversity. Part of our Climate Action and Resilience class series

Fires in the Pacific Northwest. Melting sea ice in the Arctic. Storms along the Gulf Coast.

What about here in the Midwest? We know our climate is in crisis, but it's not clear what it will throw our way. How do we plant for the long term to create a resilient community of plants to support us and all the other critters and to protect and build our soils?

We will talk about plant selection and arrangement and how and why we garden for nature in a changing world. What role can native plants play, and why do they make a difference? How and why should we preserve and encourage biodiversity?

Join us for what may be a lively discussion!

Part of our Climate Action and Resilience class series in Support of the City of Evanston's CARP initiatives

When
October 17th, 2020 10:30 AM through 11:00 AM
Location
2100 Hartrey Avenue
Eggleston Park Food Forest
Evanston, 60201
United States
Event Fee(s)
Voluntary Education Event Donation $ 5.00
Free $ 0.00
Feeling Generous $ 25.00