We are in the midst of the first mass extinction event since the age
of the dinosaurs. Nearly 1/3 of our nation’s plant and animal species
are at risk. Meg Mullett will discuss how we may alter our garden
design and practices to create healthy and attractive habitats for
many of our native birds, insects and other wildlife, and why doing
so might just make us healthier too.
This will be 1.5 hours of Advanced Education from 10:00-11:30 am following our General
Business meeting beginning at 9 am in the Dreher 4-H building north room. This program is free and Open to the Public.
*Meetings are held in the Dreher Building located at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2110 Harper, Lawrence, KS. All General Business meetings will begin at 9am and Advanced Education programs will be from 10:00-11:00am unless otherwise noted.