Pollinator Project Rogue Valley Online Talk: Planning & Growing a Garden for Beauty & Biodiversity

Date: Tuesday 25 January 2022

Tuesday 25th January 2022 from 2am until 4am GMT.

Register by January 23 to receive the Zoom link to this presentation. A recording will NOT be available. This event is set up to accept donations of any size, starting at $1.03 – we appreciate your financial support to bring you this great presentation!

Have you ever wondered what you can do to enhance the look of your home while creating a friendly environment for butterflies, birds, bees and other native pollinators? This class will give you the knowledge and steps to create a National Park right in your own garden. We’ll focus on some keystone species and what it takes to create great habitat for them, while maintaining a water-wise beautiful garden for you and the neighbors.

All types of plants available here in the valley will be covered as well as what it takes to keep them happy and healthy. This fast-paced and lively presentation lasts 90 minutes and we will leave plenty of time at the end for your questions.

Robin McKenzie is a landscape designer and garden consultant in Talent. Her firm, Rockbird Gardens, specializes in transforming urban landscapes into beautiful, sustainable, custom ecosystems that benefit wildlife and people. Robin is passionate about preserving our Monarch butterfly and native pollinator populations here in the Rogue Valley. An experienced and energetic speaker, Robin has appeared on national television, and more recently, volunteers as an instructor with OLLI at SOU, where her classes in Gardening for Biodiversity are very popular.

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