BERNARDSVILLE – New Jersey Audubon will host a “Gardening for Wildlife” workshop at its Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary at 11 Hardscrabble Street from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 8.
This workshop is portion of N.J .Audubon’s “Filthy Arms Back garden Club” software series.
Members will be proven how to create a wildlife backyard garden crucial for the survival of indigenous pollinators and the wildlife dependent on them. Utilizing recycled containers, they will make mini-greenhouses and plant quite a few varieties of seeds to take residence.
Each individual participant will also produce a native bee pollinator home from bamboo parts. All components are offered.
The cost is $10 for users and $15 for non-associates. Registration is expected by 4 p.m. on Jan. 7.
The workshop will be held indoors. Attendees should put on confront masks regardless of COVID-19 vaccination position.
The Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary provides educational applications during the yr for adults and young children.