WEBINAR: Filling the Void – Replanting Native Plants after Invasive Eradication

Tuesday, August 30 at 10 – 11 am


So, you’ve removed all of your invasive plants…now what? Join us as we explore native alternatives to include in your garden and other outdoor spaces!

Why plant native? In short – they are the ecological basis that all life depends on! Native plants have adapted to the local climate and soil conditions, meaning they require less water and very little (if any!) fertilizers. They serve as food for native butterflies, insects, birds, and other animals, they provide habitat, promote biodiversity, help prevent soil erosion, and so much more!

Brought to you by Ohio River Valley CISMA and Ohio River Foundation.

About the Speaker

Cory Christopher is the Director of Conservation at the Cincinnati Nature Center. With an academic background in plant ecology and conservation and professional experience in leading trans-disciplinary community action projects, Cory facilitates collaborative conservation efforts aimed at protecting native ecosystems across the Cincinnati/Tri-State region.

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