Date(s) - 04/07/21
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Green landscapes nurture wildlife, reduce air, soil, and water pollution and make healthy recreation spaces. By working with nature, you can have a great-looking yard that’s easier to care for, cheaper to maintain and healthier for your family, your pets, wildlife and the environment. Adding native plants and incorporating some simple earth-friendly practices can make a big difference toward helping the planet and the wildlife around you survive and thrive.
Join us for this special program Celebrating Citizens For Conservation’s 50th anniversary. Peggy Simonsen will share important ways to use native shrubs, trees, and forbs in all seasons, plus water resources and earth-friendly practices to improve habitat for birds, pollinators and other wildlife.
Peggy Simonsen is the Chair of Citizens for Conservation’s Community Education Committee and former president of CFC.
This is an online program. Registration Is Required
To register please click this link
Presented in partnership with Fremont Public Library.