Gardening for Wildlife

Speakers: Liam Kikewski & Crystal Bradford
Date: April 10, 2018
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Kitchener Public Library
85 Queen St N
Kitchener ONĀ  N2H 2H1
Room: Theater (Lower level)

Wildlife doesn't just live at the park. Southern Ontario is rich in biodiversity even in urban centers.
Join us as we learn about unique relationships between native flora and fauna and ways that you can make your garden buzz with life. Make your space a living observatory/ resort for critters big and small. Ethical animal deterrent techniques will also be discussed.

Crystal Bradford and Liam Kijewski focus on using native plants and natural gardening techniques to attract wildlife and increase biodiversity as well as create more sustainable communities. Their projects are very pollinator friendly and species used are predominantly native. They love to include xeriscaping, hugelkultur, edible plants, and rain gardens in their designs. Wildlife Gardening is full service landscaping company and native plant nursery in their 12th year.

These programs are a joint initiative of the Kitchener Horticultural Society and the Kitchener Public Library.

There is no charge for admission but your generous support is appreciated.