How to Build a Bird & Pollinator Landscape–a Zoom program
Thursday, February 25
Join Jessica Matteson, RLA, as she discusses the considerations and techniques necessary to build a thriving landscape that supports a diverse community of birds and pollinating insects. With photos and examples from her own projects, Jessica will go into detail on soil testing, installation techniques, and plant palettes. Jessica will explain the the benefits of having a pollinator garden including how they reduce harmful pests, increase productivity of flowering plants, fruits and vegetables, and make your garden come alive with beautiful birds and butterflies. This program is presented on Zoom.
Program is free, suggested $10 donation.
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Jessica Matteson, RLA
Working with the nuances of light, sound, reflection, air movement, and perspective, as well as the finest natural materials, Jessica Matteson creates landscapes that are experienced with all of the senses. By deeply understanding her clients and their properties through her signature discovery process, her landscapes tell a one-of-a-kind story with the dynamic language of landscape. Jessica’s work is influenced by travel to more than 20 countries to study all genre of landscapes and wild places. She has a Master of Landscape Architecture and a B.S. in horticulture, both from Cornell University.