The Manchester City Library invites you to an informative presentation on Gardening for Wildlife. This presentation will be on Tuesday, July 19th at 6pm Eastern and will be presented both in person and online.
A Garden for Wildlife is a slide presentation that shows how anyone with a backyard, garden, or landscaped area can help wildlife by altering their landscaping and gardening practices. Includes discussion of wildlife and habitats, plant choice, use of native plants, nest boxes and feeders, and issues such as invasive plants.
This program will be presented by Ruth Axelrod. Ruth is a member of the speakers’ panel for the Speaking for Wildlife program, which educates people about the needs of local wildlife and what they can do to help maintain their habitats. Ruth joined the North American Master Gardener program in 2010 and is now an Advanced Master Gardener volunteer. She was trained in New Hampshire and Maryland, where she also completed extensive advanced training in eco-friendly gardening, composting and storm water management (including designing and constructing rain gardens). Her passion is helping people learn to recognize the ecological impacts of their landscaping and gardening practices and to be able to make choices that positively impact their local ecosystems.
For questions, call Caitlin at 603-624-6550 x3320 or email email@example.com.
This Speaking for Wildlife program is sponsored by UNH Extension and New Hampshire Fish and Game.
Zoom Meeting: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82283664408?pwd=SC94azlVN1Q3bTFqSlhYcHdoSTZGZz09
Meeting ID: 822 8366 4408
Call-in Number: +1 929 205 6099