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In Celebration of Pollinator Week: Sustainable Landscaping Choices

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In Celebration of Pollinator Week: Sustainable Landscaping Choices

Tuesday, June 18th
7:00 — 8:30pm


The Annex at Fullersburg Woods
3609 Spring Rd
Oak Brook, IL 60523


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Beautify your yard while conserving water and creating a habitat for important pollinators. From the smallest buzzing bee to the graceful Monarch butterfly to adorable fuzzy bats, these creatures play a vital role in our ecosystem, ensuring the pollination of plants that provide us with food, beauty, and even the air we breathe. Beth Peluse of The Conservation Foundation will suggest impactful choices for sustainable home landscapes such as planting trees, using native plants, installing rain barrels, and reducing chemical use. Making your yard more eco-friendly has the added potential to save you money by reducing maintenance costs and mitigating rain water issues. From this presentation, you will learn actionable tips on how to create a beautiful, easy-to-maintain garden while reducing your carbon footprint!


Thanks to our sponsors:


DuPage County Stormwater Management logo

Forest Preserve District of DuPage County logo



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