Grow Wildlife Gardens:
Native Plants and Grasslands
for Wildlife Habitat
Saturday, April 6, 2019
Anderson Valley Land Trust and Galbreath Wildlands Preserve
present a discussion on incorporating native plants and grasses
into your garden landscape and creating wildlife habitat.
Patrick Miller, Landscape Architect and AVLT Board President
hosts a panel including Horticulturist Pam Callaghan,
Author and Naturalist Kate Marianchild,
Horticulturist Jane Miller, and Botanist Jade Paget-Seekins.
Rose Room at the Anderson Valley Museum
12340 Highway 128
There is no charge for this event, but reservations are requested.
To RSVP or for more information please contact us at: email@example.com
or call 707-895-3150. The museum and picnic areas will be open at 1:00 PM.
These outings are made possible in part by grants from
Friends of Rancho Navarro Fund and the Pearson Family Fund
of The Community Foundation of Mendocino County, and
the Frederick E. and Anne R. Barstow Fund
at the East Bay Community Foundation.