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Gardening for Climate Change (Virtual Webinar)

This webinar focuses on how to adapt your garden space to the challenges posed by climate change. Climate change is already impacting our environment and gardens, making it crucial to learn how to create a more resilient and sustainable garden.

The Teaching Garden staff will discuss the best practices for your garden to manage pests, attract beneficial pollinators and provide tips on selecting seed varieties that will thrive in your garden.

We will also guide you through the importance of green infrastructure, and companion planting along with ways to deal with extreme weather conditions such as extreme heat and droughts.

Whether you're a seasoned gardener or just starting out, this webinar will provide you with valuable insights on how to be a resilient gardener for climate change.

This webinar is facilitated by Teaching Garden staff; Chloe Hirschhorn, Eve Brown, Genevieve Basso and Aubrey Santistevan as Day 3 of our GrowNYC Garden Series on March 30, 2023.

Workshop PDF

Day 3_ Climate Change
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Additional Resources:

Visit the Teaching Garden!

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Urban Heat Island Effect

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Seed Saving Lesson Plans

Compost Tips for Your Garden

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