GARDENING & LANDSCAPING
BUFFER-ZONES & YARDS WITH NATIVE SPECIES
WITH Gary Schneider
The use of native plants to improve wildlife habitat, beautify yards and reduce the size of lawns is attracting increasing attention across the country. Renowned expert
Gary Schneider, of MacPhail Woods Ecological Forestry Project, will lead TWO landscaping workshops
Saturday, April 24th
At the Wheatley River Community Hall,
9:00 am – Planting with Native Island Species
Pre-registrants will Enjoy a Free Lunch and receive Free Plants
1:30 pm – Planting Rackham’s Community Pond Basin
Morning: Participants will learn about the types of plants that produce the best food for both wildlife and humans and will have an opportunity to discuss some of their own landscaping situations.
Afternoon: WRIG and interested participants work with Gary to plan for the Rackham’s Pond Basin.
To Pre-Register for Gardening workshops,
Call 963-2394 or email TraLou@pei.sympatico .ca