When Your Nearest Neighbors Aren’t Human: Gardening in the Air

 

Whether you live in a small community or a larger urban setting, wildlife is a part of your everyday life, but some species may wear out their welcome. These animals have adapted to be your neighbor because humans have the tendency to provide exactly what they need. Others need our help to survive due to the pressures of a forever-changing environment. Learn how to enhance and coexist with wildlife on your property as well as the legalities for removing animals.

Register online by January 27.

PresenterPeggy Doty, Energy and Environmental Stewardship Educator, University of Illinois Extension

This program is part of Gardening in the Air, a virtual series offered January 30 and February 6 and co-hosted by University of Illinois Extension and Iowa State University Extension.

Sessions will be hosted using Zoom at 9 a.m., 10:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Central Standard Time. Participants may register for a single session or the entire series. Sessions are free to attend, but a donation is appreciated. Access links and handouts will be provided upon registration.

If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in programming, please contact Martha Smith at smithma@illinois.edu. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for the requested accommodation. Some programs will be recorded. If recorded, closed captioning for requested programs will be honored after the event.

Other Sessions in the Series

January 30

Winter Gardening Activities

Wildlife

Food and Nutrition

February 6

Design

Vegetables, Fruits and Herbs

Houseplants

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