The Village of Shorewood and Shorewood Waters Project invites you to join the reveal of some magnificent features of Natural and Native Shorewood in a two workshop series - Natural Shorewood and Go Native! Gardening for Bees, Birds and Butterflies.
In Natural Shorewood. On Tuesday, August 27 at 6:00 p.m., Village of Shorewood Horticulturist Ben Habanek discusses some of the notable plants found in Shorewood parks and natural areas. The talk will focus on local native plants and their characteristics, as well as some of the exotic and invasive plants frequently seen in the area.” From the banks of the Milwaukee River to the bluffs and shores of Lake Michigan, Shorewood has a wealth of green spaces that contain many interesting plants for you to learn about and help protect.
Go Native! Gardening for Bees, Birds and Butterflies. On Wednesday, September 18 at 6:00 p.m., Ben and Shorewood Waters Project Coordinator, Kae DonLevy will enter into the world of these winged beauties and examine the habitats and native plants, shrubs and trees that attract them to your gardens. There is a flyer created with all the tips you’ll need to lure and enchant them.
Both events are in the Shorewood Village Center meeting rooms located on the lower level (below the Shorewood Public Library).