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Landscaping 101: A mini-course for Beginners

with Amy Witt, Horticulturist

Apr
24

Next session: April 24th to May 8th, 2024

$79 More Info

Pollinators, our bees and butterflies among them, have suffered greatly from habitat loss, pesticides, and invasive plant species. Planting a pollinator garden is more important now than ever to help our pollinator friends! Even a small garden can make a huge difference. Learn how to create a landscape that supports pollinators including butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds with plants that will provide nectar and pollen throughout the growing season.

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Rooting Out Invasive Plants Field Workshop

with Samantha Wolf

Apr
27

Next session: April 27th, 2024

Invasive species are organisms that are non-native to a particular area and cause harm to the environment where they are introduced. Under the guidance of Scarborough Land Trust Stewardship Director, learn how to identify and combat invasive plant species using non-chemical treatments. Be prepared to walk a short distance, potentially off the maintained trail. We recommend wearing long pants, comfortable footwear, and applying bug spray. Maximum of 10 participants. Your instructor has completed the Maine Forest Service's Invasive Plant Academy management planning course.