Join Let’s Tree Wilmot for a
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
7:00 to 9:00 pm
Wilmot Recreation Complex, Rm A & B
“Transforming the Natural Landscape”
Wetland Conservation Designer
Mike Schout Wetland Preserve, New Hamburg.
Join us to thank the many volunteers who make Let's Tree Wilmot possible!
For more information and to signup go to REGISTER
(In accordance with public health guidelines, COVID-19 vaccination and masks are required.)
Let's Tree Wilmot is a project of the Wilmot Horticultural Society
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Trees for Woolwich with Nature Guelph are offering a webinar series called Speaking of Trees over the fall and winter. Click HERE for the information.
Tuesday, November 16th, "Wild Ones Presents ‘The Self-Perpetuating Landscape: Setting a Process in Motion’"
by Larry Weaner Learn principles and protocols for creating dynamic, ecologically rich landscapes where nature does much of the “planting.” Click HERE to register and more info.
Reminder: An excellent webinar is “The Nature of Oaks: The Rich Ecology of Our Most Essential Native Trees” by Dr. Doug Tallamy offers a month-by-month guide to observing and identifying the growth of oak trees and the living creatures that depend upon oaks for food and shelter. Oaks perform critical ecological functions: they support biodiversity, sequester carbon, stabilize soil, produce high-quality persistent leaf litter, and promote healthy watersheds. CLICK here to watch. He is a great presenter. Search YouTube for other webinars by Doug Tallamy. Learn why native plants are important.
Keep your fingernails and knees dirty!