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Creating Wildlife Habitats

Harmony in Nature: Creating Wildlife Habitats Workshop

  • 30 US dollars
  • Bennett Road

Service Description

Are you passionate about preserving our planet's biodiversity and providing a haven for local wildlife? Join us for an enriching and enlightening workshop on "Creating Wildlife Habitats." This immersive experience will take you on a journey into the world of ecosystems, the symbiotic relationships between plants and animals, and the vital role of native plants in building thriving wildlife habitats. Workshop Highlights: Understanding Wildlife Habitats: Delve into the concept of wildlife habitats and gain insights into why these havens are essential for the survival of countless species. Learn about the fascinating interactions that occur within these ecosystems and how they contribute to the delicate balance of nature. The Plant-Animal Connection: Explore the intricate relationships between plants and animals in creating sustainable habitats. Discover how various species rely on one another for food, shelter, and survival, and how you can facilitate these connections in your own environment. The Power of Native Plants: Uncover the significance of native plants in building resilient and thriving wildlife habitats. Learn why indigenous flora plays a crucial role in supporting local fauna, enhancing biodiversity, and conserving water resources. Practical Demonstrations: Immerse yourself in the DesertStrawHouse gardens, where you'll witness real-life examples of thoughtfully designed wildlife habitats. Gain inspiration and ideas for incorporating similar features into your own outdoor spaces. Native Plant Nursery Visit: After the workshop, our native plant nursery will be open for you to explore. Discover a diverse selection of native plants suitable for your region and get expert guidance on selecting and caring for these valuable additions to your landscape. Who Should Attend: Nature enthusiasts Homeowners looking to create wildlife-friendly gardens Gardeners and landscapers Environmental educators Anyone interested in conservation and sustainability

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule please contact us 24 hours in advance

Contact Details

  • 16300 Bennett Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA, USA


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