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Join us for a 4-part garden series for lectures on how to start seeds, plan your garden, and how to certify your garden with the National Wildlife Federation. Register online now to save your seat! Attendance to all 4 lectures is strongly recommended. 

March 11th – A “Chat Worthy” History of the National Wildlife Association followed by indoor seed starting tips: what you need and how to grow strong seedlings.

March 18th – How to Create a Wildlife Habitat. Followed by steps on how to “design your garden” so your outside spaces are practical and reflect your style.

March 25th – Green Up Your Home and Town – beautiful, fun, and delicious ideas followed by when and how to directly sow seeds to enjoy more varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers.

April 1st – America’s Gardening Pioneer – followed by “How to plant everything: annuals, perennials, roses, shrubs, and trees” – followed by the “great lawn debate” and hands-on planting demonstration in the library garden.

Presenters: Mary Langenau, Hyde Park Garden Habitat Chair, NWF Steward, and Hyde Park Pollinator Pathway Coordinator. Barbara Hobens, Hyde Park Garden Habitat Founder, NWF Habitat Steward, garden designer, and author.

Please join us, your neighbors, the Town of Hyde Park, and the National
Parks Service and certify your garden so that Hyde Park can become a Community
Wildlife Habitat. See and

Contact Morgan Wright at for more info.

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