With Jean Ponzi
Mon Jan 28th 2013 7.00pm–8.00pm
Time zone: central
Lori Diefenbacher “Wild Things are Welcome Here”
from Wild Things are Welcome Here! (Music Masters www.thebuckhannonbrothers.com 1987) L —A musical ticket to tonight's conversations about RAINSCAPING - featuring the capabilities of NATIVE PLANTS - and a new Citizen Science opportunity: FROGWATCH.
Karla Wilson - Manager of Deer Creek Watershed Alliance “Scott Woodbury - Curator of Native Plants, Shaw Nature Reserve”
from www.deercreekalliance.org and www.shawnature.org - a program and a site of Missouri Botanical Garden (RainScaping Guide available at www.mobot.org/rainscaping 2013) N L —A practical, exciting, affordable (even money-saving!) set of strategies to keep rainwater in place, where it fall, USEFULLY - featuring the terrific capabilities of (esp. Native) plants and trees that also create HABITAT
Mike Dawson - Educator and Amphibian specialist “Saint Louis Zoo - local host of the national program FrogWatch”
from Part of a national effort to observe and monitor the health of frog and toad populations (Twitter: @frogwatchstl.twitter www.azausa.org/frogwatch 2013) N L —Would you and your family like to commit to listening for and recording frog populations this spring? Trainings coming up Feb 23 and March 9 at Saint Louis Zoo - Easy, important, FUN!