Rebuilding Nature's Relationship and The Living Landscape | NC Botanical Garden | Page: Literary Related | Indy Week
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Rebuilding Nature's Relationship and The Living Landscape 

When: Sun., Sept. 27, 2-4:30 p.m. 2015
Phone: 919-962-0522
Price: Free, pre-registration required
www.ncbg.unc.edu/pollinators
Doug Tallamy explains why specialized food relationships determine the stability of the local food webs that support animal diversity, its importance to restoring life to residential properties, and how to re-establish landscapes’ living ecosystems. Rick Darke looks at landscape layers from ground cover to canopy and suggests ways to conserve them in home gardens. Presentation features authentic illustrated examples of residential gardens that double as wildlife havens. Book signing 1:00–1:45pm.
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