Program: A habitat is a place where wildlife such as plants, insects, herps, birds, and even mammals can find food, water and shelter. But wild habitats are decreasing or fragmenting at an alarming rate, having a serious negative effect on environmental biodiversity and wildlife populations everywhere. Come join us and learn how you can help reverse this trend by using plants, feeders, water and other features to provide havens and habitat corridors for wildlife in your garden.
This online event is brought to you by Marin Municipal Water District and Marin Master Gardeners.
Speaker: Bob Mauceli has been a Master Gardener for almost 17 years , He is a co-founder and co-chair of the Marin Master Gardener (MMG) Native Plants Guild, co-chair of the MMG Garden Walks Project and an original member of the MMG Fire-smart Project Team. He is also a member of the California Native Plant Society, Marin Audubon Society, and a long-time birder. He talks about gardening with native California plants, building home habitat corridor gardens, attracting birds to home gardens, and turning home landscapes into wildfire-smart landscapes.
Registration is required for this event. Register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nyrxyx0GRayL9_ysjW0qOw
Sponsored by the Marin Municipal Water District and Marin Master Gardeners
Contact: For more information about this event contact:
Gregory Plumb, Water Use Efficiency Specialist III, GPlumb@MarinWater.org