Gardening for Wildlife topic of next Stevensville Garden Club meeting | Local News

Gardening enthusiasts can pick up a few tips on how their interest can benefit wildlife at the next Stevensville Garden Club meeting.

Anna Baize, an AmeriCorps member of the National Wildlife Federation in Missoula, will introduce the Garden for Wildlife program.

Garden for Wildlife enables people to transform their yards, container gardens, offices, parks, and everything in between into a thriving wildlife habitat by sharing simple steps and resources to create spaces that have a big impact on local and migratory species . Even the habitat of wildlife in wheelbarrows has shown an increase in key indicator species such as butterflies, bumblebees and frogs.

These small steps have a lasting effect on wildlife and humans alike.

The club meets on Wednesday, October 6th at 1pm at the Kootenai Creek Clubhouse, 43 Clubhouse Way.

Call Colleen at 273-3973 for more information.

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