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CS33 – Plants for Birds
June 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
How do we restore vital habitats for birds in our communities? How do we help them adapt and survive in the face of climate change? Join this dynamic speaker from the Audubon Society and learn more about:
- The benefits of choosing native plants for our yards and public spaces.
- Audubon’s easy-to-use Plants for Birds program.
- Ways to have a positive impact on birds right where you live.
- The best plants to entice birds to make your garden their home.
As Chief Conservation Officer, Marshall Johnson leads the conservation work at Audubon to address the dual crises of unprecedented climate change and biodiversity facing birds. He spearheaded a grasslands project that conserved nearly 500,000 acres. He also led America’s largest regenerative, bird-friendly land certification effort for protecting North America’s fragile grasslands. He helped to create 36 new nature parks across North Dakota, creating safe passage for migratory birds and returning 2,000 acres back to nature. Marshall is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and is based in Fargo, ND.