Personal Habitat Webinar
Julie Zickefoose feels that all life is an experiment, and gardening is one of the grandest experiments of all. In your own yard, you can take it as far as you wish—experimenting with natives, propagating your favorites, collecting seeds, working with changing light regimes or management practices. In nearly 30 years of living on an 80-acre parcel of Appalachian woodland and meadow, Julie has done it all. Join us on a tour through time and space as Julie discusses the changes she’s made to enhance her land and gardens for maximum diversity. She battles invasive exotics, manages meadows, and turns her gardens into a bird and butterfly paradise through simple but creative enhancements. You’ll come away inspired, and full of ideas for your own space, no matter how small. This virtual garden tour showcases the stunning beauty in one place, deeply loved and closely observed, where thoughtful stewardship has made all the difference. To register: www.mahoosuc.org/events-1
Date and Time
Wednesday May 10, 2023
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
Wednesday, May 10th, 6:00 PM
This is a webinar. A Zoom link will be sent upon registration. To register: www.mahoosuc.org/events-1
The webinar is free. Donations appreciated.