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August 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
If you’d like to see more color in your yard and hear more bird songs, join us for this 45 minute presentation on how to create a garden for wildlife in any outdoor space. Whether in your yard, school grounds, business, or place of worship, a Certified Wildlife Habitat can be created anywhere with a few resources necessary for pollinator and songbird survival. There will be time at the end to ask questions.
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Presenters: Avani Prakash is an intern with NJ Audubon and teaches about how to garden for wildlife. Avani grew up in Princeton Junction. As a student at Northeastern University in Boston, she majors in Environmental Studies and minors in Sociology. Her favorite flowers are touch-me-nots. During this presentation, Avani will teach us why it is important to plant natives, how to attract pollinators and songbirds, and how to be responsible stewards of the land where we live, learn, play, work and worship.
Kristin Hock is the Habitat Outreach Coordinator for NJ Audubon. Combining her years working as a wildlife biologist, organic vegetable farmer, and environmental educator, Kristin now teaches NJ residents how to Garden for Wildlife™ and how to become a Certified Wildlife Habitat®.