Sun, August 21, 2022
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Discover more about local conservation with author Douglas Tallamy and his book, Nature’s Best Hope, alongside Oklahoma Native Plant Society, Okies for Monarchs, WildCare, and more!
Learn more about native plants and their role in protecting local ecosystems through an engaging presentation with Douglas Tallamy on his book Nature’s Best Hope followed by hands-on activities and the opportunity to explore and converse with community partners on local conservation efforts and ways you can protect and support our natural world at your own home. We will be joined by the Oklahoma Native Plant Society, Okies for Monarchs, WildCare, Oklahoma Conservation Commission, and more!
This event will be held in the Market Hall at The Well and space is limited to the first 125 attendees. Additional parking is available in the lots to the west of the building up to Santa Fe Ave.
Spark a Change conversations are part of our PLS Reads series. This year’s topic is the environment and our exploration will be guided by 3 community reads:
The Music of Bees by Eileen Garvin,
Nature’s Best Hope by Douglas Tallamy,
and Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver.
PLS will host a number of book discussions for each of these titles throughout the year. Check out our Events Calendar to learn more and register!
Digital and physical copies of each title are available for check out through our PLS Connect app or by visiting any of our hometown branches.Location
210 S James Garner Ave