Discover local and personal ways to invite and support biodiversity in your neighborhood at this free webinar hosted by UCLA Extension. The last of a three-part series on urban biodiversity, this lecture focuses on urban home gardens and sustainable urban landscape design.
This event is for people who would like to know more about how to create and maintain a sustainable and resilient landscape in Los Angeles.
You will learn how the concept of urban biodiversity is central to emerging models of climate resilience for people and nature in backyards and parks. Speakers include David Newsom, Wild Yards Project, Isaac Brown D. Env., Senior Scientist, Stillwater Sciences and Stephanie Landregan, FASLA, UCLA Extension.
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This lecture is part of the new UCLAxOpen, a program of no-cost personal enrichment and professional development courses and seminars offered via UCLA Extension in an ongoing effort to eliminate barriers to education and strengthen our global community’s connection to UCLA.