Thursday, January 14th
In our highly urbanized world, our yards often provide vital habitats for pollinators and native wildlife. Our yards also may be a pathway in which invasive plants may escape into our natural environments. You can support pollinators and wildlife and protect natural areas by choosing to grow native plants in your yard. Join us to learn about the power of native plants, alternatives to exotic and invasive plants, some invasive species to keep an eye out for. Nature-based community science opportunities that you can participate in right from your own backyard will also be shared.
Hosted by the Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County
Megan Pistolese-SLELO PRISM Education and Outreach Coordinator
Sue Gwise- CCE Jefferson County Horticultural Educator