‘Backyard Biodiversity’ Oct. 29 at the White Salmon library

Do you have an interest in attracting pollinators, birds and beneficial insects?

Do you want to increase the habitat value around your home?

Or perhaps you would like to plant a hedgerow for privacy that’s also wildlife-friendly?

Underwood Conservation District (UCD) will be hosting a free informational workshop on “Backyard Biodiversity” on Oct. 29, 6:30-8:30pm, at the White Salmon Valley Community Library, 77 N.E. Wauna Ave. You will learn about interesting beneficial bugs to be aware of, native plants that provide habitat, and specific considerations to for planning for hedgerows and landscaping. The workshop will include presentations from UCD, Washington State University-Extension and Humble Roots nursery, with plenty of time for questions and answers. Fall is a great time to plant native plants, or to order them and prepare for spring projects.

Contact UCD for more information and to RSVP at 509-493-1936, or by email (tova@ucdwa.org).

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