ALLENDALE, N.J. -- Learn how to create a Certified Wildlife Garden on Thursday, July 7 at Rohsler's Allendale Nursery.
The class will be taught by Bergen County Audubon Society President Don Torino.
The discussion will go over the importance of creating a healthy habitat in your garden as well as how you can have your garden certified as wildlife habitat by Bergen County Audubon.
Over the last five years, BCAS has installed multiple habitat restoration gardens. As an extension of this effort, BCAS introduced a program that allows homeowners, schools, houses of worship, businesses, nature centers, communities, and other groups to have their gardens certified.
Torino will offer advice on the best ways to provide local wildlife with food, water, cover, and places to raise young. He will also discuss the use of native plants as food sources, since native trees, shrubs, and trees improve biodiversity.
The discussion runs 7-9 p.m. Special savings will be offered to all attendees the night of the seminar.
Click here for more information or call 201-327-3156.
Rohsler's Allendale Nursery is located at 100 Franklin Turnpike, Allendale.