Practical Advice for Gardening With Natives

Date: Monday, April 12th, 2021 Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Location: (map and directions)

Come hear how you can make a difference regionally by gardening with native plants in your own front and back yard, community garden or other public spaces. Learn basic rules for a successful garden that will benefit wildlife around you and bring you joy. The presentation will include steps, examples and lessons learned so you can transform a small patch or a larger area into a beautiful, functional piece of landscape. 

Presenter Bio:

Iza Redlinski is an ecologist who gained appreciation for native plants working on large scale restorations. For her day job, she works both on a regional scale, also also in smaller urban areas, where she collaborates with partners to improve small green spaces in ways that would benefit both humans and nature. She has been gardening with native plants for almost 10 years and many of her tips are based on her own mistakes and success stories.  

This program will occur online via Zoom. To register for this program please click HERE. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing your unique link to join the meeting. Do not share this link as it is unique to you.




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