School butterfly garden guest post

This week, you can read my guest blog post on the Wild Pollinator Partners blog, called Down to the Nitty Gritty: creating the Churchill Alternative School butterfly garden. This garden was planted in the spring of 2019, and already had butterfly caterpillars and a variety of bee visitors within a couple of months. It proves that if you plant the right plants, the pollinators will come. In the blog post, you’ll find lots of practical tips, and a PDF copy of our plant list and garden plan to get you started on your own butterfly garden.

The Churchill Alternative School butterfly garden on September 2, 2019 — only 3 months after it was planted.

Dates and locations for upcoming public library talks

I will be making 5 presentations at Ottawa Public Library branches in the spring of 2020. The locations, dates, times of day, and days of the week all vary, so I hope you can join me. For details, visit my updated blog post of 2020 presentations and tours.

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