Grow Wildlife Gardens

A garden is more than a thing of beauty. It can offer food and shelter to many wildlife species. Our expert panel of landscape architects and native-plant specialists will explore how to turn your garden into a magnet and refuge for birds, moths, butterflies and other beneficial insects whose numbers have been dramatically dropping in recent years.

Register with Trey Petrey, Anderson Valley Land Trust, at [email protected] or 707-895-3150. Please provide your name, email, phone number and names of any guests when you register.

Saturday, April 6th, 2019

2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Garden and Rose Room of the Anderson Valley Historical Society, Boonville

Margot Rawlins

This is a joint offering of SSU’s Center for Environmental Inquiry and the Anderson Valley Land Trust. It is the first of a two-part program. The second is the Wild Flowers & Wild Grasses field trip on April 28. It is not necessary to attend this one in order to enjoy the second, but there will be connections.

Logistics and What to Bring & Expect

We will meet at 1:45 in the Rose Room of the Anderson Valley Historical Society, This charming room is in the lovely garden of the Anderson Valley Museum at 12340 CA-128 in Boonville .
The garden should be in full bloom at this time and the gardens and museum will open at 1:00 for anyone wishing to picnic on site or visit the museum. The presentation and discussion will be indoors so dress according to the weather that day. .
For Questions About Events:

Margot Rawlins, Galbreath Outreach Coordinator: [email protected]

Phone: 650-996-8322