#TakeTimeThursday: Taking Action In Your Own Garden with DC Natives with Thorne Rankin
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About the Event
Join us on Zoom for a presentation by Thorne Rankin of DC Natives as she discusses how to support endangered pollinators while beautifying your neighborhood. This presentation will offer simple steps listeners can take to plant beautiful, manageable pollinator-friendly gardens. Discover some of the pleasures of cultivating friendly flowers and the benefits of working in the soil during challenging times.
Thorne Rankin is a DC native with many years of experience in landscape design and project management. She brings a broad knowledge of the local natural environment, the importance of pollinators and the history of many local neighborhoods.
Register in advance for this webinar by clicking on this link: smithsonian.zoom.us…
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
#Take Time Thursdays with the Anacostia Community Museum gives participants a chance to take time for wellness, health, and creativity with artists, thought leaders, performers, wellness practitioners and others. Take a 30-minute break with us from 2:30 - 3:00 p.m. each Thursday and boost your mind, body and spirit.
Note: Sign Language interpretation or live captioning for our virtual programs available upon request. Two weeks advance notice is appreciated. Place your request by emailing Linda Maxwell at MaxwellL@si.edu