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Workshops and Tours

                                                 519-532-3818   WildlifeGardening@gmail.com
Want us to come speak at an event or run workshops?

We provide nature tours, lectures
as well as fun outdoor/indoor events/ birthday parties for all ages, abilities and seasons.

 Crystal Bradford & Liam Kijewski
519-532-3818

WildlifeGardening@gmail.com

Also check out what else we do at: 
www.TrashTheatre.ca


Many courses to come this spring book now for your group or check back in a bit and they will be listed!

Carolinian Life Zone

Creating a Pollinator Paradise

Learn to plant gardens that are beautiful and help threatened species of bees, butterflies, bats and more. Learn which native plants are best for providing pollen, nectar, larval food, and habitat. We will also be discussing techniques to use to encourage pollinators in urban and rural environments

Community Gardening

Edible Woodland Plants

Gardening with Children

Gardening as a Family

Gardening with Native Plants

Gardening for Wildlife

Greening Schoolyards

Guerrilla Gardening- make a seed bomb to toss

How Native Plants Benefit Farming

Hugel Kultur

Invasive Species to Avoid

Low Maintenance/ Low Water Gardening

Native Trees of Southern Ontario

Rain Gardens

Soggy yard? Dry yard? Learn the many benefits of sending your rainwater into the ground instead of the ditches or sewers. We will discuss the start to finish process of making a rain garden, including how to size your garden, appropriate plants and maintenance. Rain gardens are great for reducing contamination in the natural waterways, as well as recharging your groundwater.

Sustainable Gardening

Terrarium Building aka 'Budding Botanist'

Build a beautiful terrarium to take home that will take care of itself while you watch the plants grow! Create a miniature ecosystem using native species that can survive for decades without additional watering! Participants will learn about different ecosystems, the water cycle, a variety of species and the importance of biodiversity. We will also sculpt a small clay figure to place inside of our newly created world.

Wild Edibles

Join us as we discuss collecting and preparing wild plants common to the forests, fields, wetlands, and cities of Southern Ontario. Learn recipes to keep, and plant species to avoid.







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