Redlands Sustainability Network will have a table there. Come join us!

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For a write-up on RSN’s successful forum – click here for an article on Linda Richards’ blog www.ifnaturecouldtalk.com – Attracting Pollinators and Butterflies to our Yards  and here for additional info (butterfly ‘weed’ plants/photos, more on pollinators […]

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Hello all! we had a very successful forum and native plant sale. We’re returning the unsold plants in a few days but if anyone still wants a $5 plant of any of the following, please contact Linda Richards at linda@ifnaturecouldtalk.com

I’ll be following up with a post on the takeaways of this important topic and […]

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Here is a list of the milkweed host plants for monarchs and the nectar plants for pollinators that people can buy at this Saturday’s ( Nov, 14th, 3-5 pm) Butterfly and Bee Forum at the Redlands United Church of Christ, 168 Bellevue Ave, Redlands

Thanks to Mockingbird Nursery and Butterfly Farms, these will be available […]

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Saturday, Nov 14th is a big day for native plant sales – Before RSN’s Bee and Butterfly forum and plant sale, consider this…

California Native Plant Sale – Nov 14, Riverside
Saturday, November 14, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Landscapes Southern California Style, 450 E. Alessandro Blvd., Riverside CA 92518

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An article “Plant milkweed to attract monarch butterflies in your garden” was published today in the Redlands Daily Facts, which mentioned the upcoming forum, November 14th. Make sure it’s on your calendars. Here’s more info.

 

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On Saturday, November 14th, the Redlands Sustainability Network is hosting a forum and plant sale…

“Where have all the Butterflies and Bees Gone? How to Protect our Butterflies and Pollinators”

3 – 5 pm

United Church of Christ, 168 Bellevue, Redlands CA 92373

Some details for this important and interesting topic:

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A presentation in Vista this Sunday – August 9 – will be discussing this important topic.

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