Jan 01 1970
Landscape for Life “The Role of Pollinators in Sustainable Gardens”
January 01, 1970 • Reynolda Gardens Education Wing
Pollinator gardening is a fun and much-needed activity for the conservation of pollinators and plants, allowing pollinators to serve a vital role in providing the needed ecosystem services for the conservation of the environment. Join us for this class that highlights the importance of pollinators and how you can design your home landscape to create beneficial habitat and food for these vital species. Part of the Landscape for Life series of workshops which aims at showing participants how to work with nature in their own home gardens.
Amanda Lanier, Curator of Education
$5 general admission/free for WFU faculty, staff, students, and Friends of Reynolda Gardens.
Location: Reynolda Gardens Education Wing
Landscape For Life is a series of workshops that shows participants how to work with nature in their garden, no matter where they live, whether they garden on a city or suburban lot, a 20–acre farm, or the common area of their condominium. Conventional gardens often work against nature. They can damage the environment’s ability to clean air and water, reduce flooding, combat climate change, and provide all the other natural benefits that support life on earth, including us. The good news is that even one home garden can begin to repair the web of life. It’s possible to create a great–looking garden that’s healthier for you, your family, your pets, and the environment-and that saves you time and money.
Landscape For Life is based on the principles of the Sustainable Sites Initiative™ program (SITES™), the nation’s first rating system for sustainable landscapes. SITES™ is an interdisciplinary effort led by the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin, and the United States Botanic Garden.