Biodiversity Begins at Home - A Pioneering Project in Durham’s Woodcroft Subdivision
What is biodiversity and why should you care about it? Lynn Richardson, a member of both Woodcroft Eco-friendly Landscape Committee and the New Hope Audubon Society's Bird-Friendly Habitat Committee, will introduce you to its concepts and discuss why, as an environmental concern on par with climate change, it's worthy of our attention. You'll hear about the plants and animals needed to maintain biodiversity and learn what her southwest Durham neighborhood is doing to enhance it - a model for us all to work toward. $15; 20% discount for Gardens members and/or New Hope Audubon Society members with discount code. Registration at https://rsvp.duke.edu/d/t7qhtj/. Duke Gardens, Duke University, Durham. gardens.duke.edu. 919-668-1707, email@example.com.