When June 30, 2020 at 7:00pm 1 hr
Where Online Event London, ON, Canada

The best time to start a pollinator garden is now!

In this interactive, online workshop, the Pollinator Pathways Project team will share an introduction to pollinators and creating pollinator-friendly gardens in the city.

Together we will explore why we need to support pollinator gardens now more than ever before, and how you can add your garden to the pollinator pathway network in a few easy steps. There will be a Q&A period, so bring your questions!

**Register via GoToWebinar!** https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6029317554104592399

Door Prize Draw: FREE COMPOSTER!
We will randomly select one webinar participant to win a free composter, courtesy of My Wild Green Home. Composting is a great way to give your food scraps new life! Winner must be a resident of London, ON.

About the Organizers:

About Pollinator Pathways Project
The Pollinator Pathways Project envisions linking together a multitude of pollinator friendly gardens, as part of networks of pollinator pathways throughout the city of London. We also strive to educate the community on pollination species conservation.

About the Signal Boost Initiative
The Signal Boost Initiative is a three-year joint initiative of ReForest London and the London Environmental Network, aimed at dramatically increasing the number of public environmental education opportunities available here in London. It is a program of the new Westminster Ponds Centre for Environment and Sustainability.

About My Wild Green Home
The Go Wild - Grow Wild Green Expo team is excited to bring wild and green adventures to you virtually through our new venture: My Wild Green Home! This webinar is part of the My Wild Green Home virtual experience to go, grow and get green safely at home. Together, we are a growing movement for a healthy planet and a green future. Learn more at https://caroliniancanada.ca/mywild

This event is being offered as a part of the Signal Boost Initiative, which was made possible with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.