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Stewardship in Your Gardens and Land

When: 
Wednesday, March 3, 2021 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Where: 

In-person class at BBG

Discuss the importance of creating native habitat in your backyard, no matter how small or large. Learn how to maintain your gardens, native plantings, meadows and woodlands for biodiversity. Stewardship of these plantings is one of the best ways to create sustainable systems for both the gardener and pollinator community. We will look at how our maintenance practices affect the number of pollinators and birds in our yards and communities, as well as the simple changes we can implement to make our properties pollinator havens. This class pairs well with The Native Plant Pallete. 


Bridge McCracken, founder of Helia Land Design, has over 20 years of experience in land stewardship and designing landscapes, gardens and beautiful food systems. Bridge has a BA in biology from Colorado College, is a Certified Organic Landcare Professional from the Northeast Organic Farmers Association, a Certified Horticulturist from MCLA, a Massachusetts Master Gardener and a graduate and advanced practitioner of the Four Winds Society.


Advance registration is required.

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