A Sonoma fieldstone landscape boulder on deck for July 12th’s workshop, Creating Residential Wildlife Habitat, at the Laguna Environmental Center. Note the boulder’s ability to hold water — it’s a critter waterhole!
Tony McGuigan to Give Talk in Heron Hall
Saturday, July 11, 2015:
Habitat It And They Will Come
Come hear the why, how, and fun of Tony’s passion for residential wildlife habitat landscaping. Hear how YOU can do such landscaping in YOUR own home gardening. Before and After pictures of the Laguna Environmental Center’s native plant landscape. Presentation will be followed by question session. Snacks.
When: Saturday, July 11, 2015, 3:00 – 4:30PM.
$10 at the door. No RSVP necessary.
A red-winged blackbird struts his stuff atop Oak Tunnel Tower, a wildlife habitat installed by Tony McGuigan and the students of Orchard View School at the LEC, January 2014.
Tony McGuigan to Give Hands-On Workshop at the LEC
Sunday, July 12, 2015:
We will build several wildlife habitats, ranging from simple to more complex. All installation projects will emphasize how such a wildlife habitat installation can be installed in a residential, city, suburban, or country garden. Short talk (no PowerPoint) with snacks, then hands-on landscaping. We will have fun!
When: Sunday, July 12, 2015, 10AM.
$55 ($45 for Laguna Foundation members). Suitable for 14 years and up (teens must be accompanied by an adult). Pre-registration required.