Nature’s Best Hope!
Join IPC and the Oakland Mills Interfaith Center Green Team (OMI) for an evening with Doug Tallamy, Ph.D., Professor of Agriculture and Natural Resources in the University of Delaware’s Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology.
Photo: Large group attends Tallamy tour of Parade Grounds - Fishers Island Conservancy
Dr. Tallamy will conduct an assessment/evaluation of what common garden practices have done to our national ecology and how even small, gradual changes in our (gardening) practices can bring hope for the survival of all of our wildlife.
This event is live, in person, so register quickly as we anticipate this event to fill up fast!
Registration is free, though donations of time and money will be accepted at the event.
All of our event and workday information is at www.omigreenteam.org
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This presentation is supported by a grant to OMI from The Howard County Office of Sustainability in cooperation with the One Water Partnership.
Coming up next: Presentations from January through April on various environmental topics including environmental sustainability and climate change.
Don't Forget the OMI Green Spring Fling on Sunday, May 5 2024 with a free native plant for all.
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