Tending Nature: Native Plants and Every Gardener’s Role in Fostering Biodiversity
Fridays at 10AM EASTERN for 6 weeks from January 7th through February 11th
Mary Gardiner, Doug Tallamy, Lisa Olsen, Bryan Danforth, Heather Holm and Debra Knapke
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Suggested readings, papers and resources can be found on the Learn With Us tab.
1/7 Beneficial Insect Biodiversity: What It Is and Why It Matters
Mary Gardiner: author and professor, The Ohio State University
1/14 Bringing Nature Home: The Importance of Native Plants
Doug Tallamy: author and professor, The University of Delaware
1/21 Cultivating a Community of Support for Native Plants
Lisa Olsen: Wild Ones:Native Plants, Natural Landscapes
1/28 Host-plant Specialist Bees – Biology, Biodiversity, and Conserving Them in Your Backyard
Bryan Danforth: author and professor, Cornell University
2/4 Bumble Bee Banquet: Selecting Native Plants for Bumble Bees
Heather Holm: author and biologist
2/11 Native Plants in My Garden? Absolutely!
Debra Knapke: author and garden designer
Tending Nature is sponsored by the OSU Department of Entomology and The Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens, and is funded in part by a USDA/NIFA Integrated Pest Management Pollinator Health grant.
This event is not sponsored by NOWO, but we wanted to share events happening in the area with a similar mission.