COSA Working with Natives in the Name of Wildlife Event

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Wild Ones and the Audubon Rockies Habitat Hero Program are co-hosting a special event on Thursday, March 7th. Our presenter Kenton J. Seth will be giving a talk on Working with Natives in the Name of Wildlife. Kenton is a freelance gardener/landscaper/plant-nut located in Grand Junction, Colorado who builds rock/crevice gardens and rain-powered native landscapes around the state and U.S. with his company, PaintbrushGardens.com, to accommodate rare, endangered, and special flowers. The talk will cover the most important and forgotten ways native plants can be used to help critters, but also focus on practical and realistic considerations for us normal human beings so

that we can get the most from “low hanging fruit” when it comes to hosting nature in our home gardens. Advanced registration is required. Please purchase tickets here. Attached is the formal event flyer with the event details. Please invite anyone who you think may be interested. We look forward to a great evening learning about how to plant native plants to attract insects and wildlife and hope you can join us!

Emily Seddon
President
Wild Ones, Front Range Chapter
frontrangewildones.org
wildones.org

KentonSethFlyer.pdf