Creating a Suburban Wildlife Oasis


 Front Range Wild Ones Presents

Creating a Suburban Wildlife Oasis

By Marcia Tatroe
Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 7pm
Englewood Public Library (Anderson Room)
Marcia Tatroe will show you how any landscape, no matter how small, can be converted into a wildlife habitat that hosts a variety of creatures. Marcia is author of Cutting Edge Gardening in the Intermountain West and is a garden columnist for the Denver Post. Her 1/8 of an acre in suburban Centennial is a Humane Society wildlife habitat, a Xerces Society pollinator habitat, and has been named an outstanding wildlife habitat by Habitat Hero.

This free talk is sponsored by Front Range Wild Ones, which promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration and establishment of native plant communities. We meet every first Wednesday at Englewood Public Library and have yard tours in the summer. Please visit our website at:


2015 North Central District Meeting

Sunday, April 12, 2015  from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm

Hosted by Dig and Dream Garden Club at


7711 S. Parker Road Centennial 80016


Gift Basket Silent Auction

   Each club may bring 2 or more baskets to be auctioned. Your approximate value will be noted at sign –in table. Some suggestions- Scrapbooking, Baking, Movie Nite, Organic Snacks, Pet Lover or Cowboy!!
Checks for Silent Auction will be payable to NCD and monies raised will go toward the Colorado State Garden Clubs Convention in May.

To find out more information and download the registration form, click on the Events tab above.

See you there!