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Wildlife & Water Friendly Garden Series

Clackamas Community College presents a FREE Workshop Series for anyone interested in home gardening for wildlife and water quality. Learn how to garden with less water, manage too much stormwater, and generally provide a healthier habitat for birds, pollinating insects, and more. Join our guest speakers as they share their expertise on how to provide a healthier habitat for birds, pollinating insects, and more! 

When: Thursdays, Jan. 25 - March 7, 2024
Time: Noon - 1 p.m. (PST)
Where: Zoom (virtual)
Cost: FREE!
Each session is stand-alone, so register for the topics of interest to you. A link of the recording will be shared with everyone registered, so you can view at your leisure.
There will be time for discussion, so join with your gardening questions.

Jan. 25: Connecting the Pieces of our Urban Ecosystems
Feb. 1: The Remarkable Wild Bees of Oregon (and how to welcome them to your backyard)
Feb. 8: Garden Smart for the Changing Climate
Feb. 15: Friend or Foe? How to Identify Invasive Plants in Our Backyards
Feb. 22: Companion Planting for Clean Water
Feb. 29: Plants and Fungal Networks
March 7: What Tree Should I Plant?

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