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Green Living Series: Grow Native - Tuesday, September 5 at 7PM in the Croton Free
Village of Croton-on-Hudson E-Notice

Green Living Series: Grow Native - Tuesday, September 5 at 7PM in the Croton Free Library

Simple Steps to welcome birds, butterflies, and bees into your yard.

Program
Whether your garden is large or small, you can play an important role in providing food and shelter for local wildlife. Learn simple steps to incorporate native plants into your existing landscape, and see examples of how some beautiful but tough “work­horse” plants are used in area parks and gardens.

Speaker
Karalyn Lamb holds Environmental Gardening and Botany certificates from the New York Botanical Garden. She is also on the steering committee of The Native Plant Center and a partner in the Lower Hudson Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (LHPRISM).