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Evenings with Experts

Cultivating Wildlife Conservation with Native Plants

Desiree Narango, David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellow, Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst

When:

  • May 26 | 7:00 - 8:30pm

Where: Online (By Zoom Meeting)

Fee: Free to All

Restoring habitat in urban and suburban spaces is crucial to stemming declines in biodiversity. To be successful, we need evidence-based guidelines to inform our landscaping decisions. Desiree Narango will describe her research showing that native plants are essential to sustaining biodiversity, and discuss findings that illuminate the proportion of natives needed, and best species to use, if we are to create thriving wildlife habitat at home.

May apples for our native plant sale.

Special Event

Our 2021 Native Plant Sale

A Fantastic Selection of Native Plants — Think Spring!

When:

  • June 9 - 11 | All day

Where: Waltham Field Station, 240 Beaver Street, Waltham

Fee: Available to members at the Advocate/Family level and above.

Join us for a live sale (instead of by pre-order) open to members at the Advocate/Family level and above. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, pre-registration will be required for specified time slots within this three day period to allow for appropriate social distancing. Members will be e-mailed details in early May to register for this event.