[CANCELED] - Encouraging Wildlife Diversity in Designed Landscapes
Due to the public health concern caused by the COVID-19 virus, UNH administration made the decision to cancel all UNH Cooperative Extension events, programs and noncredit classes through April 5. The health and safety of our staff and the many members of our New Hampshire communities that participate in our programs is most important. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this uncertain time.
About the Event
Join Matt Tarr, Wildlife State Specialist, to learn how to encourage wildlife diversity in designed landscapes. “An abundance of wildlife” is one of the best indicators of an ecologically well-designed landscape. By understanding how pollinators, birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians select their habitats during each season of the year, we can design landscapes that effectively attract and support a diversity of wildlife. This presentation will provide practical methods for designing ecologically complete landscapes that invite human interaction and transcend simple aesthetics through their functioning interconnected elements.
Sponsoring Organization: Cole Gardens
Please call to reserve your seat (603-229-0655) or email (email@example.com). Space is limited.