Calling all gardeners, homeowners, and backyard wildlife enthusiasts!
Join us at the library for a special presentation by wildlife habitat conservationist Jean Eno:
A Garden for Wildlife: Natural Landscaping for a Better Backyard
Wednesday, June 22
Did you know that the landscaping in your yard could be habitat for wildlife? Do you want to learn how to attract wildlife to your backyard? Or maybe you have problems with wildlife around your home and want to know what to do.
Jean Eno, a volunteer from the Speaking for Wildlife program and longtime eco-gardener, will talk about “A Garden for Wildlife,” a 60-minute slide presentation that offers answers to these and other questions.
Learn how to help wildlife by altering your landscaping and gardening practices. We will discuss gardening techniques, wildlife and habitats, use of native plants, and issues such as invasive plants. Presentation includes handouts and other helpful materials.
This program is brought to you by Speaking for Wildlife, a volunteer project of UNH Cooperative Extension, with funding and support from the NH Charitable Foundation, the Davis Environmental Foundation, NH Fish and Game Department, and NH Natural Heritage Bureau.