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Amazing Nature

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  • The Amazing Nature Series will bring together lovers of nature and advocates of environmental sustainability. Join us as we hear from gardeners, scientists and environmentalists.
 

Schedule

2019
Apr
Mon
  • 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
    March 11, 2019: Native and Pollinator Plants - Discussion on growing a Pollinator friendly garden, with plants naturally found in Ontario: benefits of a pollinator garden, choosing native plants, how to plant them and what pollinators they attract. Presented by Lake Simcoe South Master Gardeners
    Monday, April 8, 2019: Our Forests and Tree Identification using Tree Bee - Forests Ontario will discuss the Forest regions of Ontario, identify common trees found in Southern Ontario and use Tree Bee web tool to identify tree species.
    Monday, May 13, 2019: Bring Back the Birds - Canada’s North is home to a songbird nursery of migratory birds that undergo annual migration to warmer latitudes to escape winter. Consistent tracking has shown steep population declines, but new technology and research suggests it is not too late to fix the problem. Professor Bridget Stutchbury from York University’s Faculty of Science reviews the many causes of songbird declines and what you can do to help.
 
2019
May
Mon
  • 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
    March 11, 2019: Native and Pollinator Plants - Discussion on growing a Pollinator friendly garden, with plants naturally found in Ontario: benefits of a pollinator garden, choosing native plants, how to plant them and what pollinators they attract. Presented by Lake Simcoe South Master Gardeners
    Monday, April 8, 2019: Our Forests and Tree Identification using Tree Bee - Forests Ontario will discuss the Forest regions of Ontario, identify common trees found in Southern Ontario and use Tree Bee web tool to identify tree species.
    Monday, May 13, 2019: Bring Back the Birds - Canada’s North is home to a songbird nursery of migratory birds that undergo annual migration to warmer latitudes to escape winter. Consistent tracking has shown steep population declines, but new technology and research suggests it is not too late to fix the problem. Professor Bridget Stutchbury from York University’s Faculty of Science reviews the many causes of songbird declines and what you can do to help.
 
See also:

Tech 1-On-1

Fri Mar 1 11:00 AM

Tech 1-On-1

Fri Mar 1 4:00 PM

Let's Go to the Movies

Sat Mar 2 1:30 PM

Social Hour

Tue Mar 5 2:00 PM

Let's Go to the Movies

Mon Mar 18 1:30 PM


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