Newsletter from Halton Master Gardener with 3 good articles: To-Do List for November, Adding Biodiversity to our Gardens, and Plan for Bees in our Gardens
London Environmental Network and London Public Libraries are offering free talks each Tuesday to engage us in what’s happening with our local environment that’s so important to us all. Come out to learn more!
Ontario Invasive Plant Council offers loads of information about invasives such as phragmites, various aquatics, japanese knotweed and more. Learn "What to Grow Instead?". Check out their upcoming events.
The London Environmental Network helps protect our environment and build a sustainable community by doing everything we can to help our member organizations deliver on each of their own important missions. Get more information here about members and events.
Celebrate London’s natural heritage and the 25th anniversary of Earth Day London with a free family event from 11 am to 3 pm at St. Julien Park, brought to you by Earth Day London and Trails Open London.
Native plant or native cultivar? What we buy at local nurseries often are “nativars”- a cultivar, or selection, of a native plant. Read or listen to a podcast by Dr Doug Tallamy explaining the significant ecological implications to this choice.
Check out the largest gathering of region’s businesses, experts, organizations, and groups to inspire your next adventure! Go Wild Grow Wild Expo will showcase what to do, where to go, and how to protect Carolinian Canada through interactive workshops, live demonstrations, booths and so much more!
London Chapter of Landscape Ontario is hosting a plant symposium which includes 4 speakers for $25.
Do you want garden design that looks terrific AND serves a purpose? Interested in advice from wildlife and gardening experts? If so, check out 'In the Zone', a new guide to help you cultivate vital habitat. We can impact the health of the ecosystem on which people and wildlife depend.
There are many great associations and not for profit groups concerned about wildlife, invasive species, protecting forests, advancing the cause of nature. Here are some links to great sites