Greater Longfellow is committed to becoming a certified Community Wildlife Habitat through the National Wildlife Federation. Businesses and community leaders play a vital role in this effort. Longfellow resident, Daniel Schultz is the project leader and will host a conversation on how the program works.
Join us on Wednesday, August 28 at 4pm at Fireroast Cafe to hear what your neighbors are already doing to make the neighborhood more wildlife friendly, and how your business can amplify those efforts.With some help from Kayla Nortrup of Mama Terra Garden, we will sketch out a few possible scenarios for making your landscaping and messaging more wildlife and community friendly.
RSVP here and learn more about the Longfellow Community Wildlife Habitat Project at www.LongfellowWildlife.blogspot.com