Cleveland Pollinator

& Native Plant Symposium

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Watch for new, virtual and (hopefully) in-person offerings for 2022, as we move in new directions to keep going forward in the face of Covid-19 concerns.
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Bee on Flower

a free virtual symposium

INVITING BIODIVERSITY INTO OUR GARDENS

Wednesdays, January 12 through March 9, 2022
1:00 – 4:00 pm ET

Whether you are a homeowner or a horticulturist, Inviting Biodiversity into Our Gardens is designed to educate and inspire anyone eager to learn about creating pollinator and wildlife habitats using native plants and trees to promote biodiversity, species richness and ecological resilience.

The free webinar series will feature five sessions intended to guide you from start to finish in creating gardens that benefit pollinators and other wildlife. Join us and explore the importance of restoring our increasingly fragmented and disappearing native habitats beginning in our own backyards—whether small or large.

Each webinar features national and regional experts who will guide you on a path towards building and maintaining a healthy, native garden. Join us for all five, or as your schedule permits. Sessions will be offered every other Wednesday,  January 12 through March 9. Each will be recorded and available to those who register for 30 days following the live event. Links will be sent to registrants.

 

Sponsored by the Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Nature Spark, and the Cleveland Native Plant & Pollinator Symposium.

Register at wrlandconservancy.org/pollinators
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CREATING LANDSCAPES FOR BEAUTY, BIODIVERSITY AND ECOLOGICAL BENEFITS