Butterfly Gardening in Michigan

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Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
to (Eastern Time)
St Daniel's Church, 7010 Valley Park Dr, Clarkston, MI, 48346 Map

Presented by?Betty Seagull

What do butterflies need to thrive? Food, water, and a place to live and reproduce, just like us. But with 95% of land in the lower 48 states in development, pollinators like butterflies and bees are imperiled.

Instead of wringing our hands, we can make a real difference by creating native habitat in our own yards. This presentation will help you learn how you can create a butterfly-friendly native garden.

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend this free North Oakland Wild Ones event. Donations are always welcome to help bring future educational opportunities! A printable flyer is available for distribution here. Doors open at 7, and the presentation starts at 7:30.

Joe Pye Weed
About Betty Seagull
Betty Seagull is a life?long gardener and nature enthusiast. She was a professor at MSU for 30 years, and after retiring had a small private practice of psychotherapy for 14 years. Now that she is fully retired, she loves having more time to play in the dirt. She is currently President of Wild Ones Red Cedar Chapter (

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