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Spring into gardening: Balconies for Biodiversity

Wed 3 November 2021
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Delivered online
Camberwell VIC 3124

Free
11/03/2021 7:00pm 11/03/2021 8:30pm Spring into gardening: Balconies for Biodiversity Pollinator species play a critical part in our ecosystem, but the numbers of these species like bees and butterflies are declining across the world. This is due to factors such as: intense farming climate change disease  urbanisation. Local gardens now play a more important role in providing a safe habitat for pollinator species to survive. Even with a small space, you can encourage and support pollinator species and other wildlife. With just a little bit of planning and knowledge, your courtyard, balcony or porch can provide habitat, food and shelter for a range of wildlife. Join us to find out how you can create your own beautiful biodiversity hotspot with minimal space.   Delivered online , Camberwell VIC 3124 City of Boroondara [email protected] Australia/Melbourne public

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Pollinator species play a critical part in our ecosystem, but the numbers of these species like bees and butterflies are declining across the world. This is due to factors such as:

  • intense farming
  • climate change
  • disease 
  • urbanisation.

Local gardens now play a more important role in providing a safe habitat for pollinator species to survive. Even with a small space, you can encourage and support pollinator species and other wildlife. With just a little bit of planning and knowledge, your courtyard, balcony or porch can provide habitat, food and shelter for a range of wildlife.

Join us to find out how you can create your own beautiful biodiversity hotspot with minimal space.
 

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