Pahove program November 13

The Treasure Valley Native Plant Network
Community Conservation in Action!
presented by Sean Finn, USFWS Science Coordinator
Despite lack of funds and other challenges, the newly formed and ever evolving Treasure Valley Native Plant Network  NPN) has a very powerful tool at its disposal: a community of caring people with a voracious appetite to do something about habitat loss in some of our most cherished places around the valley!

Join your fellow Pahove Chapter friends as Sean Finn, enthusiastic project coordinator, shares with us the successes of a community based habitat restoration pilot project that gave folks a hands-on opportunity – right in their own neighborhoods – to confront conservation challenges they hear about but didn’t know how to combat.

NPN had a goal to collect seed, germinate, grow, nurture and restore natural areas and pollinator gardens with 10,000 native plants in 2018.
Did they meet their goal?
Why does the Pollinator Party “Rock”?
See you Tuesday to find out!
Tuesday, November 13, 7pm
at the MK Nature Center
600 S. Walnut, Boise

Coming up:
Tuesday, December 11: Movie Night
Hometown Habitat or other movie TBD
Tuesday, January 15:
Schoolyard/Community Gardens