DESCRIPTION: Following the rhythm of the seasons, celebrated landscape designer Kim Smith presents a stunning slide show and lecture demonstrating how to create a welcoming haven for bees, birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. Native plants and examples of organic and architectural features will be discussed based on their value to particular vertebrates and invertebrates.
Bio: Kim Smith is a documentary filmmaker, environmental conservationist, photojournalist, author, illustrator, and an award winning landscape designer. She specializes in creating pollinator habitat gardens utilizing primarily North American native wildflowers, trees, shrubs, and vines. Kim Smith Designs is her landscape and interior design firm.
Kim’s popular lecture programs are developed from her documentary nature films and landscape design work, and we are fortunate to have her appear in our speaker series. For a full program and biography go to: https://kimsmithdesigns.com/programs/
Thank you for joining us to hear these wonderful guest presentations and supporting our vital native Massachusetts pollinators! Thanks to our featured speakers, Dan Jaffe, Kim Smith, and Sefra Alexandra.
Your donation for attending these events, either live or recorded, will allow us to hire a state-wide coordinator who will:
1- Inspire communities to establish pollinator pathways such as the ones in Lincoln and Northampton.
2- Create educational events, resources, and guidelines
3- Extend outreach via social media
4- Synchronize our efforts across the state!
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