Native Plant Workshop: Help local pollinators & Contribute to climate resil...

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Reimagine Co

211 King Street

London, ON N6A 1C9

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Get in the zone with Carolinian Canada!

Spring is just around the corner, and it's time to find out how you can help our local pollinators by contributing to climate resiliency - on your patio, on your balcony, or in your very own backyard!

Let’s learn to garden like an ecologist and explore the secrets of native plants. Together we can discover what to plant, where to plant, and how to get started.

You can earn Healthy Garden points and join the In the Zone Challenge for Healthy Communities, while helping the bees and butterflies to survive!

This workshop is proudly brought to you by Reimagine Co in partnership with the Go Wild Grow Wild Green Expo, which is coming up at the Western Fair on April 6, 2019.

Go Wild Grow Wild has something for the whole family:

  • 4 workshop stages

  • dozens of expert speakers, celebrities, and more

  • Get up close and personal with wildlife shows

  • 100+ exhibitors/partners ready to help you GO, GROW and GREEN!

  • Local green businesses (including Reimagine Co and Naked!!!)

We hope to see you there! And on March 19th!!!

About the Facilitator: Ben Porchuk - Carolinian Zone Ecologist

Ben Porchuk has over two decades of experience in ecology, non-profit management, environmental consulting, and sustainable living.

A resident of London, Ontario, his property consists of over 200 species of native plants, including a wetland, all visited by many species of wildlife, seldom observed in the downtown of a city.

In his role with Carolinian Canada Coalition, Ben uses his skills and experience to help recover natural habitats on rural and urban properties using native plants in wetlands, prairies, forests and more.


Photo credit: Owen Williams

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