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Virtual Event: Wild Ideas for Wildflowers!
October 28 @ 6:30 pm
Virtual event to take place on Wednesday, October 28th at 6:30pm. You must register for the event.
2020 is the NC Botanical Garden’s Year of the Wildflower, and while flowers may seem like the least wild part of this year, we’re asking you to join us to share the dirt and gather a fistful of Wild Ideas for Wildflowers! You can register online for this free virtual event at triangleland.org/wildideas.
Triangle Land Conservancy’s Wild Ideas series provides a dynamic, interactive venue for experts and community members to educate the public and share innovative ideas for addressing the four public benefits of conservation that drive our work: connecting people with nature, safeguarding clean water, protecting natural habitats, and supporting local farms and food.
In 1983, an ambitious group of volunteers founded Triangle Land Conservancy to conserve land for tomorrow. 37 years later, TLC has protected nearly 21,000 acres in Chatham, Durham, Johnston, Lee, Orange, and Wake Counties. We’ve opened 8 public nature preserves where people can connect with nature on their own by exploring over 44 miles of trails. Here is your chance to get up close with conservation and even tour TLC’s newest preserve, Williamson, and its signature pollinator garden, all from the comfort of your own home.
At Wild Ideas for Wildflowers 5 speakers will have 8 minutes and 20 slides to share what their passion: what makes a flower wild? Which ones thrive in the Triangle? Let’s talk about how to create landscapes that have cultural and ecological relevance in our backyards, nature preserves and beyond. Please join us for Wild Ideas for Wildflowers — a night to ground ourselves in the power of plants and see what takes root!
Hope to “see” you there! Register at triangleland.org/wildideas.