Gardening for Wildlife Workshop

Location: Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre - 16160 Highway 12 E, Tay
Date: Saturday, 11 May 2019
Time: 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Grow wild and think beyond a pollinator patch or songbird garden. This workshop, hosted by Laura Thomas of Hidden Habitat, will take an ecosystem approach to gardening with a focus on plant selection, design techniques and maintenance must do’s (and don’ts).

In the workshop participants will learn about the basic necessities of wildlife, focusing on songbirds and pollinators and more.

Plants will also be available for sale.

Who: This workshop is for gardeners of of all levels, or for anyone interested in creating more eco-friendly outdoor spaces. 
How much: $5 to attend the workshop, admission to the trail is regular price. 

In the workshop participants will:

  • learn about the basic necessities of wildlife, focusing on songbirds and pollinators
  • learn which plants are the most productive and create the most wildlife interactions
  • learn the do’s and don’t of how to maintain a wildlife garden
  • learn simple garden design principles that will ensure your garden is eye-catching all year long
  • leave excited about starting your own wildlife garden