Gardening to Save the World: Gardening for Birds

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“Gardening for Birds”, presented by Dana Sanchez, Associate Professor, Extension Wildlife Specialist is a one hour virtual seminar presented by OSU Hood River County Central Gorge Master Gardeners.

This is the first in a series of six interactive seminars. Each seminar will be presented by OSU professors and staff through a Zoom webinar format. To join these seminars, pre-register by visiting http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/cgmga/ and click on each title to register for the seminars you wish to participate in. Then join in on the day of the seminar at 6pm.

Participants will learn how small changes made in their own gardens can aid in saving our environment. With multiple gardeners doing the same things across the globe, we can save the world!

Each session of Gardening to Save the World will be interactive. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions during each seminar to be answered by the instructor. Join one or all six of the free seminars in this series.

Gardening for Birds  May 6

by Dr. Dana Sanchez, OSU Associate Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist

Organic Gardening

by Erica Chernoh, OSU Lane County Extension Horticulture Specialist

Drought Tolerant Plants

by Neil Bell, OSU Professor and Community Horticulturist

Insect Apocalypse: Real or Hype? 

by Dr. Gail Langellotto, OSU Master Gardener Program State Coordinator

Pollinators

by Andony Melathopolous, OSU Professor, Pollinator Health

Pesticide Safety

by Brooke Edmunds, OSU Extension Linn and Benton County Horticulture Specialist

May 06 2020

Details

Date: May 6
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost: Free
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