Make Your Garden Sustainable and Bird- and Butterfly-Friendly
Join Sustainable Princeton and experts from our community as they share how you can make your garden sustainable and bird- & butterfly-friendly. The breakfast will take place at 8:15 am on Thursday, April 23rd at the Princeton Public Library Community Room. Speakers are:
Erin Stretz, StreamWatch & River-Friendly Program Coordinator - The Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association. Erin will share tips on water conservation, integrated pest management and what products are best to use on your lawn and garden.
Adam Schellhammer, Naturalist - Friends of Princeton Open Space. Adam will give an overview of the "Five Most Wanted" invasive species in Princeton and provide native alternatives.
Katherine Dresdner, General Counsel and founder of Hopewell Valley Citizens' Group, Inc. & The Garden Club of Princeton. Katherine is passionate about monarchs, raising and studying them for many years. She will speak about "Monarchs, Migration, and Milkweed." Learn about the plight of monarch.
Free breakfast catered by Jammin' Crêpes. The event is Co-sponsored by the Princeton Public Library, Friends of Princeton Open Space and The Garden Club of Princeton. As always, the event is free and open to the public as well as a zero waste event.