Where: Zoom (virtual)
Despite its reputation for being wet and gray, we live and garden in a region that has naturally dry summers, conditions that are being exacerbated by global warming. Join Matthew Shepherd of the Xerces Society to discover drought-tolerant plants that can add resilience to your landscape in the face of changing weather patterns, as well as support bees and other pollinators.
The Environmental Learning Center presents a FREE Workshop Series for anyone interested in home gardening for wildlife and water quality. Learn how to garden with less water, manage too much stormwater, and generally provide a healthier habitat for birds, pollinating insects, and more.
Clackamas Water Environment Services is proud to sponsor this, and other events that help protect our environment and waterways.