When November 05, 2019 at 7:00pm 1 hr 30 mins
Where London Public Library - Central Branch 251 Dundas St, Lawson Room, London, ON N6A 6H9, Canada

Learn about key environmental issues in this thought provoking presentation, discussion and workshop series.  Each week there will be a different environmental focus.  A variety of perspectives will be used - including local and regional. 

The Value of Biodiversity and Native Plants

Tuesday, November 5th | 7-8:30 pm | Lawson Foundation Room - Central Library

  • Main Speaker - Stefan Weber, Ecologist, Ontario Plant Restoration Alliance
  • Local Perspectives provided by
    • Ian Bailey & Rebecca Smythe - Co-Adoptees of Kilally Meadows ESA
    • Linda McDougall, Ecologist with the City of London

First 50 attendees will receive a package of Butterfly Milkweed Seeds! Doors open at 6:30pm.

"This is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate and support local initiatives already taking place in London," says Skylar Franke, Executive Director of the London Environmental Network.  "There are over 45 environmental organizations in London with activities happening every week.  This series of free presentations, discussion and workshops highlights the important issues being tackled in London and ideally inspire individuals to support - in some way - these critical efforts." 

Learn more about Green in the City on our website here. 

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