Winter Lecture Series 2022 Full Series Bundle
Shake off the winter doldrums with our annual Winter Lecture Series. This popular series features presentations by regionally renowned experts on eight Sundays in January and February from 2 to 3 pm. Knowledgeable lecturers address a wide range of topics related to natural history, biodiversity, ecological gardening, native plants, native wildlife and more. All lectures will be held digitally this year. Bring your own coffee, cookies and cocoa and join us for an energizing and enlightening afternoon from the comfort of your own couch!
All lectures are $15 per person. Members, with the use of a coupon code, will receive 20% off. The full series is also available at a special discounted rate of $105.
2022 WLS Program Lineup
January 9 — The Great Amphibian Migration — Carolyn Klaube, The Sourland Conservancy
January 16 — The Dawn of Ecosystems — Jamie Boyer, New York Botanical Garden
January 23 — Recognizing, Understanding, and Protecting Old-growth Forests — Joan Maloof, Old Growth Forest Network
January 30 — Being a Good Bluebird Box Landlord — Diane Allison, North American Bluebird Society
February 6 — Creating a Pollinator Paradise with Native Perennials — Heather Andrews, Garden Thoughtfully
February 13 — Container Gardening with Native Plants: Observations from a Rooftop In Brooklyn — Noah Ratzan, Noah Ratzan Design
February 20 — Growing Your Own Bird Feeder Using Native Plants — Juanita Hummel, BHWP & Washington Crossing Audubon
February 27 — Native Plants that Shaped Our History — Santino Lauricella, BHWP
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