Daytona Beach to offer a home gardening presentation on May 11.
Written by Anthony Bicy
Belden Communications News
The City of Daytona Beach will host a family-friendly educational presentation with local environmentalist Jenny Nazak, discussing home gardening and the Home Grown National Park movement, at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 11, at the Breakers Environmental Learning Center located at 13 S. Atlantic Avenue in Daytona Beach.
The Home Grown National Park movement is a grassroots call to action to regenerate biodiversity and ecosystem functions by planting native plants and creating new ecological networks.
Ms. Nazak is a sustainability educator based in Daytona Beach, Florida, has a blog dedicated to low-footprint living, and is the author of the “small-footprint living large” guidebook, Deep Green.
Topics to be covered during the event will include:
- Learning how to give nature more space by creating a biodiverse yard.
- Enjoying time in the sun and outdoors while building a home garden.
- The purposeful planting of native plants for easy yard care
The event is free, but the city asks attendees to register at www.codb.us/activities.
Please see staff upon arrival at Breakers for a free parking permit. Reimbursement for paid parking will be unavailable throughout the event.
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