Growing and helping native wildflowers proliferate is an important part of being a watershed steward. Native plants provide food and shelter to our region’s unique pollinators and birds. This workshops is great for those looking to get their hands a little earthy. Participants will learn how to make native wildflower seedpods (aka seed bombs) while also learning about the role native plants play in ecosystem restoration and the urban water cycle. The seedpods produced can be brought home by participants (to be scattered everywhere!) or donated to BWB for our outreach needs. Seedpods also make great gifts.
Presented by Blue Water Baltimore. Blue Water Baltimore’s mission is to restore the quality of Baltimore’s rivers, streams and Harbor to foster a healthy environment, a strong economy, and thriving communities. We work towards a future when our neighborhood streams are safe for fishing and swimming and our clean harbor is the pride of our city.
These programs supplement the One Maryland One Book theme, nature. Discuss the impact of the environment on daily life at a branch discussion of What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City by Mona Hanna-Attisha.
Saturday, November 9 at 3:00pm
Southeast Anchor Library
3601 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224