Join Audubon Rockies and Cheyenne-High Plains Audubon Society in-person or virtually for a workshop on adapting gardens and landscaping to be more resilient to the current and future water realities on the High Plains. Climate change is affecting water availability across the western U.S. Rethinking the way we garden and landscape can help us conserve water while also supporting pollinators, birds, and other wildlife. Attend Landscaping for Water Realities on the High Plains to learn from expert speakers about the shortgrass prairie, groundwater, native plants, pollinators, and more! See the full event agenda and learn more about the speakers here. The virtual event will end at 2:30 pm, which is when hands-on activities will begin for in-person attendees.
Cost: $25 for in-person registration, virtual attendance is free
February 3 is the final day to register.
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Native bee on blanketflower
Photo: Evan Barrientos/Audubon Rockies.