Monday, December 15, 2008

January 27th: Gardeners and Global Warming: Impacts and Solutions

Join National Wildlife Federation and Woodland Park Zoo for a special event about gardening and its important role as a solution to global warming. Attention about this worldwide issue is growing, and it’s time for gardeners to take action.

Tuesday, January, 27, 2009
Time: Lecture: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Become a Trainer: 8:00 – 9:00 pm (optional)
Location: Education Center Classroom 2, Woodland Park Zoo
Cost: Free!


• Hear from experts about the impacts of global warming on the environment.
• Real solutions for how gardening can protect plants and animals.
• Network with other like-minded gardeners and plant enthusiasts.
• Tips to strengthen and beautify your community.
• “Become a Trainer” session after the lecture.

Take the next step in your commitment to gardening.
Stick around for the “Become a Trainer” session after the lecture and learn how to give the Gardening and Global Warming presentation. Educate the members of your community about this growing threat to plants and wildlife.

This lecture is based on National Wildlife Federation’s Gardener’s Guide to Global Warming report. Download it today at

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