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Garden

Encouraging Indigenous Wildlife, Insects to Birds, in the Garden

When: Mon., Nov. 7, 7-8:30 p.m. 2022

Pete Haggard will tell how he and his wife Judy converted their dry pasture in Fieldbrook into a food garden and a native plant and wildlife garden. Despite a few failures along the way, their gardens now have over 50 species of native bees and many species of butterflies. And their slug and snail problems decreased as the predator beetles in the garden increased. Pete is the Garden Chair for the California Native Plant Society North Coast Chapter. He and Judy co-authored "Insects of the Pacific Northwest," an essential field guide. Attend live or visit website for Zoom link.

Price: Free

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