Habitat Hero

Changing the Lawn Landcape

Learn how to care for yards that are healthier for people, animals, and the environment!

Tuesday, March 07, 2023
11:30am - 12:30pm Mountain Online Event

Changing the Lawn Landcape

March 07, 2023

Registration is required for the free event.

How do you plan to protect and connect with nature this year? The final event of our Connect With Nature Habitat Hero webinar series will focus on cultivating yards that are better for people, animals, and the environment!

Join us and Sunday on Tuesday, March 7 for "Changing the Lawn Landscape," a webinar on changing the lawn landscape to be healthier and easier to care for. Sunday offers a new kind of lawn care, recognizing that yards are valuable spaces for people and the planet. With lawns making up over 40 million acres of land across the United States, helping people transition to healthier practices has a big impact on ecosystems. Join Sunday Natural Scientist Paige Boyle and Sunday Natural Science Manager Teri Valenzuela for a discussion on why yards matter, how we can work together to change the lawn landscape, and the new ways Sunday is supporting wild birds!

Cost: Free
Register here

March 6 is the final day to register.

Paige Boyle is the natural scientist at Sunday and is also a Ph.D. candidate at Utah State University. She oversees the Sunday research program and supports new product development on behalf of the science team. Paige received her B.S. in Environmental, Soil, and Water Science and her M.S. in Horticulture from the University of Arkansas. Her hobbies include hiking, yoga, kayaking, reading, and gardening.

Teri Valenzuela is the natural science manager at Sunday. In her current role, she oversees science communication and program management on behalf of the science team. Previously, Teri led ecological restoration, volunteer stewardship, and conservation programming for the National Audubon Society. Teri received her B.A. in Environmental Biology with minors in Zoology and Spanish from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Outside of work, she enjoys gardening, hiking and birding, recreating recipes, volunteering with animals, and traveling abroad.

Our Connect With Nature Habitat Hero webinar series will run from February 7 through March 7 from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm MT and explores ways people of all ages can connect with nature! Registration is separate for each event. You can view all of our upcoming Habitat Hero events here.

For questions, please contact jamie.weiss@audubon.org.

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Photo: Daniel Holleman/Audubon Photography Awards

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