Free Workshop in Monrovia Saturday, August 9: Getting Started With Easy Native Plants
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Native Wildflowers and Shrubs at the Venice Learning Garden
I will be giving a presentation on Getting Started with Native Plants during the City of Monrovia’s Monrovia Area Partnership 5th Neighborhood Conference. The Conference is free. It features 24 speakers on many topics, including Solving Stormwater Runoff, Immigration Outlook, Therapy Dogs and the Wild Side of Monrovia.
My presentation will start at 10:30. Here is their blurb for me:
“Native plants support more birds, butterflies and
pollinators than non-native plants and use up to
75% less water. Attend to learn how to get started.”
When and Where:
Saturday, August 9, 2014, 9:30am – 3:00pm
Monrovia High School Event Center
845 W. Colorado Blvd.
(Enter on Madison Ave)
Childcare provided for ages 6-16.
Classes will be also given in Español.