A Healthy Watershed:
Magnet for Birds and Butterflies
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Meet at the Bunker Interpretive Center*
Refreshments will be served.
By creatively designing urban green spaces to restore health to a watershed, these areas become magnets for biodiversity. This presentation will address ways to attract birds and butterflies to our yards, parks, school and church grounds even in highly urbanized settings. This also has multiple benefits for managing stormwater runoff and improving the quality of urban streams such as Plaster Creek.
Following the presentation, we will have opportunities for planting native plants that will contribute to the restoration of the Plaster Creek Watershed.
Please RSVP to Gail Heffner at email@example.com.
*NOTE:Due to Calvin's Annual Spring Classic 5k race scheduled for the same day, all campus roads and entrances will be closed from approximately 8:45 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. Please enter Calvin's campus via the East Beltline entrance to the Youngsma Center at 1580 East Beltline. Parking will be available in the PCC/student parking loet entrance off of the East Beltline.
Come join us for a fun, informative, and meaningful morning!