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Oak Park

How to Garden Fearlessly with Native Plants

Discover how growing native plants can help mitigate climate change and prevent biodiversity loss and become more familiar with Climate Ready Oak Park's 30x30 biodiversity objectives. Presented by Adrian Ayres Fisher, who has been enthusiastically gardening with native plants for over 30 years!

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How to Garden Fearlessly with Native Plants
How to Garden Fearlessly with Native Plants

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09 sep 2023, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Oak Park, 845 Gunderson Ave, Oak Park, IL 60304, USA

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Discover how growing native plants can help mitigate climate change and prevent biodiversity loss and become more familiar with Climate Ready Oak Park's 30x30 biodiversity objectives. Learn how to right-size your pollinator garden and other tips and tricks for good garden management and enhancements that you can put to use right away! After the talk, enjoy some casual conversation and fun (plus raffle!) in the Community Sensory Garden.

About the presenter Presented by Adrian Ayres Fisher, who has been enthusiastically gardening with native plants for over 30 years. As a board member of West Cook Wild Ones, she educates about and advocates for native-plant gardening, natural area restoration, and biodiversity. A former sustainability coordinator at a community college, she now serves as volunteer site steward of National Grove Forest Preserve in North Riverside, Illinois, where she manages volunteer restoration projects.

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