Wednesday Jan. 28 – Doug Tallamy

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imageOK we won’t actually have Doug Tallamy LIVE and in person, but we will hear from him. Wild Ones – Arrowhead just purchased the DVD we’ve all been waiting for – “The Vital New Role of the Suburban/Urban Garden.” This DVD contains Doug Tallamy’s most recent presentations filmed with a live audience during a Wild Ones Fox Valley Area conference. We will show Part 1: “The Value of Having Native Plants in our Yards” (approx. 1 hr). A short discussion will follow. Tallamy is the award winning author of Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens.

Another time we will view Part 2: “Creating Healthy, Biodiverse Neighborhood Corridors” (1-1/4 hr plus Q&A)

When: 6:30 pm socialize & refreshments, 7:00 program
Where: Hartley Nature Center, Duluth

*Wild Ones programs at Hartley Nature Center, starting January 28 through April, are on the FOURTH Wednesday of each month.  We are working on our schedule for summer programs as well.

 

February 25
Dan Schutte and his wife, Kristen will present their trip to the monarch sanctuaries in Mexico.

March 25
Mark (Sparky) Stensaas will speak on the preservation, plants and wildlife of the Sax-Zim bog. Sparky is an amazing author of books on wildflowers and other naturalist subjects as well as a professional photographer.

April 22
Sue Brown of the Duluth Fiber Handcrafters Guild will introduce us to the exciting world of paper making. Bring 3 or 4 sheets of junk mail and go home with a sheet of hand made paper ready to be turned into a greeting card or booklet.

Saturday May 9 – Duluth Flower Garden Society spring luncheon, co-hosted by our Arrowhead chapter and the Chester Creek garden club.

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