This question will be explored at the Wayne County Public Library in Honesdale on Saturday, April 11th from 12:30 to 2:00pm.
The other creatures with whom we share this planet do some remarkable things, and most do it with little negative impact on their environment. The program will include stories about some of these creatures, as well as how humans can make life easier for them. A short and easy craft activity will close out the program.
This free, family-oriented program program will be presented by Katharine Dodge of the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society.
Families are encouraged to attend. Children under the age of eight should be accompanied by an adult. To reserve a spot, call the library at 570-253-1220.
A free seminar on Smart Landscaping: How Landscaping Can Save Energy will be presented on the evening of Tuesday, April 21st from 7:00 – 9:00 pm at the Wayne County Conservation District office (located in the Park Street Complex, 648 Park Street, Honesdale – near the Wayne Memorial Hospital).
You will learn about:
- Healthy backyard habitats
- Simple landscaping techniques for energy savings
- Planting deciduous trees, evergreens and windbreaks
- Landscaping to minimize heating and cooling needs in different seasons
- Native plants vs non-native plant species, and need for increased water, nutrients and care
- How buying plants and materials from local sources decreases energy needed for transport
Presenters include Jason Curtis, PLA, LEED AP, Land Scape Artist; Katharine Dodge, Chair of SEEDS and member of the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society; Robert Muller, Manager of the Wayne Conservation District.
This free seminar is being co-sponsored by SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support) and the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society.
Registration is encouraged, but not required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call SEEDS at (570) 245-1256.