Gratitude is good for us. Brain research shows that simply being grateful releases neurotransmitters that act like dopamine in our brains, making us feel good, and boosting our overall health.
Plant It and They Will Come: Habitat Gardening
at the 4th Annual Landscaping with Colorado Native Plants Conference
February 16, 2019, 10:20 am
Tivoli Turnhalle Hall, Auraria Campus, Denver, CO
In a world of climate change, droughts, heat waves, and imperiled populations of songbirds and pollinators, what can gardeners do to make a difference? Plant habitat! Join me to learn how habitat gardening can fit into your landscape. Register for the conference here. Continuing Education credits now available!
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