Grow Native Presents Evening with Experts: Planting for Climate Resilience with Andrea Berry, Executive Director, Wild Seed Project

By Cambridge Public Library

In addition to helping to sustain vital pollinators, birds and other wildlife, native plantings offer countless other benefits that are indispensable in the age of climate change.

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.: Wednesday, April 3 7pm – 8:30pm.

Ages: 18 and Adults.

Contact

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617-349-4041

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Free!

Location

  • In-person only.

Main Library

449 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138
Maraykanka

Mid Cambridge

Additional information

When created and maintained with ecologically attuned landscaping practices, they can minimize flooding and storm water runoff, shade and cool cities, survive droughts, and facilitate carbon storage more effectively than the landscapes dominated by turf and mulch that blanket so many of our communities. Join Andrea Berry from the Wild Seed Project to learn about the actions you can take to make your corner of the world more biodiverse and resilient to the effects of climate change. Registration is required.

Andrea joined Wild Seed Project as the organization's Executive Director in 2021. She also serves on the Board of Directors at Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative and recently was elected to the Select Board for the town of North Yarmouth, Maine where she is leading community-driven efforts around land conservation and environmental stewardship.