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Native Trees for the Birds and the Bees and the Seas on Thursday, July 2 at 6PM

Native trees clean our air, provide cooling shade on balmy summer days, reduce road noise, and block cold winter winds. Learn more about some of our fabulous native trees, the roles they play, and which might be a great fit for your space!

Pots for Pollinators on Thursday, July 9 at 7PM

"Pots for Pollinators" focuses on planting native, pollinator-friendly containers that will add a pop of color to any outdoor space. The program will cover which plants to choose, how to care for them and how they benefit our local pollinators.

Bee-autiful Homes on Saturday, July 18 at 10AM

Our native bees pollinate about three-quarters of our fruits and vegetables. Many of them are in trouble, and they need your help! If you started your first garden this year or your fiftieth (or just want to make more pollinators home in your yard), we'll discuss ways you can help these pollinating powerhouses.

Planting for the Future on Tuesday, July 28 at 7PM

When choosing plants for your garden, you impact the natural areas around your home. "Planting for the Future" discusses the benefits of choosing native plants for your garden and how this positively impacts local songbirds, pollinators, and wildlife.

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An email address is required. This workshop will be held online, and meeting links and other info will be sent to the email address you provide.

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Please select the online workshops you'd like to attend. All are free. Delaware residents in the Chesapeake Bay watershed will be eligible to receive a free native tree, shrub, or perennial and will qualify for a low-cost native planting.