The Augusta Council of Garden Clubs, in association with the National Garden Clubs, The Garden Club of Georgia and the Azalea District of the Garden Club of Georgia is presenting Course I of the Gardening Study School. The school will be held at Phinizy Swamp Nature Park September 23-24, 2016.
This intensive course will focus on a number of topics relating to the world in which we live including environmental issues, networking and outreach, plant biodiversity, backyard wildlife habitat, historical actions and leaders, ecology, environmental science and sustainability.
I will be will be teaching the session on backyard wildlife habitats. My talk will deal with all facets relating to creating and maintaining diverse populations of birds, wild pollinators and plants in backyard settings.
Although the study school is designed for members of the Garden Club of Georgia wanting to attain recognition as an Accredited Environmental Consultant, the courses are open to the general public. http://augustacouncilgc.com/index.html For more information as to how you can attend the section dealing with backyard wildlife habitats, or the entire course, contact: Judith Kirkland at email@example.com.