• June 24: Support wildlife through caring for native trees and shrubs
  • July 8: Learn about the Eyes on the Forest program and how to adopt a tree
  • July 22: Discover the importance of water features in your landscape
  • August 12: Understand the importance of prescribed burns and when they may be necessary
  • August 26: Find ways to attract beneficial wildlife and how to deter the destructive ones
  • September 9: Get the inside scoop on what your septic tank is doing underground and how to maintain it
  • September 23: Investigate the relationships of lawns, strange holes, and wildlife
  • October 14: Examine landscaping options for wet and soggy areas of your yard

The cost to participate is $5 per webinar or $35 for access to all nine webinars. For more information and to register visit
Wild About Backyard Conservation

Protecting Our Lakes & Shorelands Series Continues
June Zoom Meeting