Informational workshops sponsored by the UMT Environmental Advisory Council
March 3 @ 10:30 am Gardening with Good Bugs
Master Gardener Susan Doblmaier will tell us about some of the good bugs we may have in our yards and gardens, and how to attract and keep them there to give us a good balance of the beneficial to pest insects.
March 24 @ 10:30 am Zero Waste Living
Dr. Puhalla, a Master Watershed Steward will give us a presentation that will focus on basic zero waste practices that you can easily implement in your home to begin the process of reducing the volume of trash you generate to make a significant, positive environmental impact.
April 28 @ 10:30 am Pennsylvania Native Bees
Learn about the life cycles, habitat and plants needed to support our native bees here in PA with Master Gardener, Sandy Sweeney
May 5 @ 10:30 am Going Green
Going Green is a program about doing things that make sense for the environment. Whether it’s water gardens, edibles, native plants or the appliances in your home there are ecological impacts to the choices you make. Join Master Gardener, Sharon Gross as she discusses the methods and benefits of going green around your home and garden.
June 2 @ 10:30 am Butterflies and Hummingbirds
Want to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your yard? Master Gardener, Pauline Myers will tell us how in this presentation. She will explain just what plants and habitat we need to create in order to support these organisms throughout their lifecycles.
RSVP welcomed but not required. To rsvp call 215-659-0741,
contact the library by email, or stop by the Information Desk!