Sat, April 4, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The monarch butterfly populations have plummeted at an alarming rate and Oklahoma is critical to their survival. Our great state is centrally located in their migration flyway. Now is the time (before it’s too late) for us Okies to get our hands dirty and help the monarchs! Join Katie Hawk from The Nature Conservancy and Okies for Monarchs to learn what you can do in your garden and beyond to help save the monarchs! We’ll tour CommonWealth’s own pollinator gardens and each participant will receive a ¼ pound of free pollinator seed mix.
Pollinator seedlings will also be available for sale.
Instructor: Katie Hawk is the Director of Marketing & External Affairs for The Nature Conservancy of Oklahoma. She’s worked at TNC for 8 years and leads the Okies for Monarchs outreach program. She is a native Oklahoman and enjoys gardening with her three rescue dogs at her home in Midwest City.
You can sign up to be a CommonWealth patron at the level of $10 and up and receive discounted Garden School admission. Learn more here: https://www.patreon.com/commonwealthurbanfarmsLocation
CommonWealth Urban Farms
pin CommonWealth Urban Farms 3310 N Olie Ave,
Oklahoma City, OK