AUDUBON ROCKIES presents: HABITAT HEROES - GARDENING FOR BEAUTY AND BIRDS WORKSHOP
These presentations will explore the design possibilities of making a garden beautiful and functional that creates suitable habitat for wildlife and attracts pollinators.
This half-day workshop is for both novice and veteran gardeners who are interested in wildscaping tips and techniques, attracting wildlife in an urban environment, eliminating chemicals in the landscape and minimizing water consumption.
The workshop will feature two prominent gardening and horticultural experts:
A wildlife habitat really can coexist within a covenant controlled community. This talk looks at tricks and compromises that ensure that your garden will please both wildlife and fastidious neighbors.
Gardens can be designed to enhance the aesthetics of a site, but also to provide habitat that supports an array of wildlife. We will discuss different design elements you can incorporate to attract a variety of pollinators to your garden.
Hosted by Audubon Rockies, Boulder County Audubon Society, Terra Foundation and in partnership with CSU Extension, Boulder County.
Boulder County Parks & Open Space - Prairie Room (View)
5201 Saint Vrain Road
Longmont, CO 80503
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|