Passport to Nature: Picnic with the Pollinators

Native plants at the Auzins Community Wildflower Garden provide food and habitat to pollinators, including birds, butterflies, and bees. Rebecca Launchbury, Conservation Lands Manager for TTLT, will share tips on selecting and growing native wildflowers. If you enjoy photography or sketching, come prepared to capture some colour! If you just want to sit and enjoy the morning in a garden of summer blooms, please join us as well. Participants are invited to bring a small snack and beverage for a picnic brunch following the event.

Note: This is an accessible event. The broad, hard-packed path is suitable for mobility devices (wheelchairs, walkers, etc.).

Registration for this guided trip is required and is subject to COVID-19 regulations at the time. This event may be postponed due to weather conditions. Masks are only required where physical distancing cannot be maintained. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell. 

August 06, 2022 at 10:00am - 11:30am
Hawk Cliff Woods
4435 Hawk Cliff Rd
Union, ON N0L 2L0
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Darby Alderson ·

Will you come?