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The Secret Lives of Native Bees

Dr. Nick Dorian, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Chicago Botanic Garden
You’ve probably heard “Save The Bees!” but do you know which bees need saving? Over 4000 species of bees inhabit North America, and most don’t live in hives or make honey. Nick Dorian will introduce us to the varied lifestyles and habitat needs of wild bees, as well as the intricate relationships they have with native flowering plants.

Evenings with Experts


  • March 6 | 7:00 - 8:30pm

Where:Online (By Zoom Webinar)


Planting for Climate Resilience

Andrea Berry, Executive Director, Wild Seed Project
Native plantings that are created and maintained with ecologically attuned landscaping practices can mitigate the impacts of climate change in many ways—capturing storm water runoff, shading cities, and even storing carbon. Join Andrea Berry to learn actions you can take to make your yard more biodiverse and resilient in the face climate change.

Evenings with Experts


  • April 3 | 7:00 - 8:30pm

Where:Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA


Rewilding Veasey Park in Groveland

Hosted by: Veasey Memorial Park
As part of an ongoing re-wilding project, Veasey Park in Groveland is creating a Miyawaki mini-forest in an area previously overrun by invasive plants. They plan to install thousands of native trees this spring. Join us to help plant baby trees on Friday, April 26!

Ecology Actions


  • April 26 | 10:30am - 5:30pm

Where:201 Washington St, Groveland, MA 01834

Can you lend a hand?