All about making a meadow in your yard...with a live panel discussion folowing the film screening of “The Meadow Project” and Panel Discussion. A Charlotte Chapter of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation, CROWN is one of over ten chapters across the state. With a variety of wildlife in communities from the Appalachians to the Outer Banks, NCWF members have found new and exciting ways to share their environmental conservation interests and to engage citizens with local and state programs.
The November 13th program, features a film by author and photographer, Catherine Zimmerman. Her process of meadow-scaping her own yard is sure to inspire and create questions for our audience. After the film showing, we will have a panel discussion with our local plant experts, Dr. Larry Mellichamp, Dr. James Matthews, and Mary Stauble, and moderated by Lisa Tompkins. More information on our panel can be found at: http://crown-clt.weebly.com/our-upcoming-meeting.html
Doors open at 6:30PM, film starts at 7PM, at CPCC Central Campus (1231 Elizabeth Ave, Charlotte, NC 28207), Elizabeth Classroom Building, Main Floor Auditorium. Learn how you can add a bit of meadow into your backyard habitat.
Tickets are $7 for this event and are available at the door. Free Parking in Student Deck A, for more information on parking and location: http://crown-clt.weebly.com/
Mecklenburg Extension Master Gardeners share ALL things green and about gardening in the Piedmont NC region.