Attend the SOCWA winter seminar to learn about planning, planting and maintaining native trees and shrubs.
Mon. Feb. 11, 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Southfield Public Library, 26000 Evergreen Rd. Southfield, MI
The seminar features two excellent speakers:
Bill Schneider, owner of WildType Nursery (Mason, Michigan)
Kim Thompson Everett, Thompson Everett Gardening (Farmington Hills)
• Native trees for urban biodiversity
• Restoring the ecology of our home landscapes
• Where to find native trees
• Planting and maintaining urban trees
• Your questions and issues
Plus table displays on: Rouge Green Corridor; Nature Center programs/volunteer opportunities; native forest communities and trees; invasive plants of concern; natural mulches
Flyer - Download NativeSeminar2-11-13
FREE PROGRAM BUT ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Send name and home community to: LFDean@aol.com or 248-546-5818.