covid-19 update – this event has NOT yet been cancelled but all city venues, including the Library’s Wolf Performance Hall are closed until April 13. We suggest using this link to monitor cancellations.
Avid gardener or beginner gardener? All will learn useful tips from this talk about gardening and climate change that focuses on real actions we can take. Come out for a free, educational and energizing talk hosted by London Environmental Network and the London Public Library.
Renowned public speaker and author Lorraine Johnson will give practical advice about what can be done in our own yards and gardens to make a difference.
How can we make our gardens more resilient in an era of climate change, more frequent droughts, habitat loss, and species decline? In this illustrated talk, author Lorraine Johnson focuses on the many ways that our gardens can be places of ecological health and positive action.
Lorraine Johnson is the author of numerous books on gardening with native plants, including The New Ontario Naturalized Garden, Tending the Earth, and 100 Easy-to-Grow Native Plants for Canadian Gardens. Her first book (Green Future) published in 1990, addressed climate change and other environmental issues.
WHEN – April 29, 2020 at 7pm – 10pm