Learn to Grow Native Seeds for Natural Habitats at Audubon Greenwich on March 30

There will be a Seed Propagation workshop at Audubon Greenwich featuring Andy Chapin, land steward at Audubon on Saturday, March 30, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

This will be a fun and educational afternoon of learning how to propagate native seeds. Audubon Greenwich Land Steward, Andy Chapin will demonstrate the various propagation methods used to plant a variety of native flowers, plants and shrubs.

The seeds that you will help propagate will be planted throughout the grounds of the Audubon Center in Greenwich to crate healthy habitat for birds, butterflies and other wildlife to thrive in.

To RSVP contact Kim Gregory at (203) 918-5254 or staglanefarm@yahoo.com

This free event is presented by Greenwich Garden Club Pollinator Projects and supported by Green Fingers and Hortulus Conservation Committees.