Events & Native Plant Sales
Wild Ones North Oakland,
January Meeting and Presentation:
Buzz, Hum and Hover: Insects and Native Plants
with Maud Lyon
FREE and open to all who are interested
WHEN: Wednesday, January 17, 7-8:30pm
Free RP Presentation w/ Marilyn Trent:
Gardening to Attract Butterflies
This free presentation is open to the public!
WHERE: Waltonwood Main, 1401 Rochester Rd, Rochester, MI 48307
Master Rain Gardener Training Program,
WHEN: Thursday, January 25, 2024 10:00am to Thursday, February 22, 2024 12:00pm February 22, 2024 12:00pm
CLASS TIME: 10am – Noon (9am - 10am Office Hours)
IN-PERSON TOUR DATES BY REGION (All tours are optional)
REQUIREMENTS: Participants must attend all five classes and plant OR adopt a rain garden to earn their Master Rain Gardener certificate, garden sign, and t-shirt.
QUESTIONS: Need to talk through your registration with a real person? For questions about the Master Rain Gardener course, please contact your hosting partner (your watershed group or county partner). For questions about the course registration system, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you live in the following communities? You could qualify for FREE registration to the 2024 winter Master Rain Gardener course funded by the GLRI. Please email Jill Martin to see if you qualify and to get the registration link!
Rochester Pollinators Winter Sowing Workshops!
WHERE: Dinosaur Hill Nature Center, 333 North Hill Cir., Rochester, MI
Native seeds must be cold stratified before they can be planted and germinate in spring. In this workshop we will provide you with all you need to create your own winter sowing project, including the native seeds.
Wildflower Association of Michigan
Registration is now OPEN for the 2024 WAM Conference:
Planting Native for Healthy Waters
IN-PERSON CONFERENCE WILL BE ON SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2024
Kellogg Center, East Lansing, Michigan
In-person Conference with Keynote Speaker: Dr. Lynne Heasley from the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at Western Michigan University will present “Local Ecological Knowledge as Storytelling, and Why This is Fundamental to Biodiversity Conservation in the Great Lakes.” She is the author of A Thousand Pieces of Paradise: Landscape and Property in the Kickapoo Valley; The Accidental Reef and Other Ecological Odysseys in the Great Lakes; and coeditor of Border Flows: A Century of the Canadian-American Water Relationship.
Also featuring three Breakout Sessions and a Panel Discussion
click above or visit: WAM Conference
Native Plant Sales
Please check back in February!