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Backyard Habitat Certification Program presents… Creating a Backyard Habitat on a Budget

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A Fix-It Fair workshop... at home!

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. You can also join the event live on Facebook.

About this workshop

Are you interested in gardening sustainably and gardening to support birds, bees, and other wildlife? Discover inexpensive or free techniques to create a healthy outdoor space. You’ll learn about naturescaping with native plants, removing nuisance weeds, managing rainwater, gardening without pesticides, and supporting beneficial wildlife.

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More about Backyard Habitat Certification Program

Do you enjoy gardening and want to make your outdoor space welcoming for birds, butterflies, and other pollinators while helping the environment? The Backyard Habitat Certification Program (a collaboration between Portland Audubon and Columbia Land Trust) is a program that provides support, resources, incentives, and recognition for community members who seek to create habitat where they live or gather.

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Presented as part of Fix-It Fair… at home!

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Brought to you by City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability with gracious support from our sponsors: Energy Trust of Oregon, Pacific Power, Portland Bureau of Transportation, and Portland Water Bureau.


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