Rewilding Talks: Adopt Mindful Landscape Practices
Offered monthly on Wednesday evenings (7-8 pm) from September through November, in partnership with The Wild Seed Project.
UPDATED 10/25/21: These programs have been changed to online events
• Adopt Mindful Landscape Practices – Wednesday, October 27, 7-8 pm
Is planting native enough to support local wildlife? Just as critical as what we plant is what we do in our landscapes throughout the year. In this one hour online session, Anna Fialkoff will talk about how to shift from harmful management habits and dependence on fertilizers, pesticides, and fossil fuels to adopting mindful practices that benefit salamanders, bees, birds, butterflies, and the planet’s health.
• Plant Native Trees that Support Local Food Webs – Wednesday, November 17, 7-8 pm
For information and to register for the November talk, click here
About the Rewilding Series
Wild Seed Project’s Pledge to Rewild initiative is a call-to-action, motivating people to plant natives to support bees, butterflies, birds, and other wildlife in order to make positive environmental change in their own communities. Maine Audubon and Wild Seed Project are teaming up to bring you a three-part series that goes in-depth on some of the key concepts of rewilding: transforming your lawn into layers of native plants, adopting mindful landscape practices that benefit wildlife and the planet’s health, and planting native trees that support local food webs.
$16 for Maine Audubon and Wild Seed Project members/$20 nonmembers for each session; registrants will be sent a Zoom link.