January 7 – February 11, Fridays at 10 am
Tending Nature: Native Plants and Every Gardener’s Role in Fostering Biodiversity, Lecture Series, The Ohio State University. Register once to attend the series and receive links to the lectures, recordings and additional resources. More info here.
January 7: Beneficial Insect Biodiversity: What It Is and Why It Matters, Mary Gardiner
January 14: Bringing Nature Home: The Importance of Native Plants, Doug Tallamy
January 21: Cultivating a Community of Support for Native Plants, Lisa Olsen
January 28: Host-plant Specialist Bees – Biology, Biodiversity, and Conserving Them in Your Backyard, Bryan Danforth
February 4: Bumble Bee Banquet: Selecting Native Plants for Bumble Bees, Heather Holm
February 11: Native Plants in My Garden? Absolutely! Debra Knapke
January 30, 10:00 11:30 am in person at Wright Farm, Lexington
Intro to Tree Identification with the town’s Conservation Land Land-Use Ranger, Adam Green. At Wright Farm, Grove Street. Lexington Conservation Division. For more info and to register, email: email@example.com
February 9, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Regenerating Suburbia One Garden at a Time with Nadia Malarkey. Ecological Landscape Alliance. Fee for non-members. More info here.
February 15, 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Class: Climate Change and Native Plants with Trevor Smith. Native Plant Trust. Fee. More info here.
February 17, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Class: Finding Your Environmental Ethic with Kendy Hess. Ecological Landscape Alliance. Fee. More info here.
February 22, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Rewild in 10 Action Steps with Anna Fialkoff. Native Plant Trust. Fee. More info here.
February 23-24, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Ecological Landscape Alliance Conference including sessions on pollinator-supporting landscapes. Fee. More info here.