It may be a paved trail, but walking the dog or running and breathing in the fresh air and sunlight does wonders for the body!

Trees for Wildlife: an Arbor Day Virtual Presentation

Trees have so many important functions, such as cleaning our air, sequestering pollution and excess carbon, providing fresh oxygen, acting as riparian buffers, and more! Today, to celebrate Arbor Day, this Trees for Wildlife presentation will look at one particular function of trees – their ability to protect and provide for birds, mammals, and more!

We’ll look at native tree species, their role in the ecosystem (especially how they benefit various wildlife species), and go over some great tree species to plant in your yards and communities. We’ll also examine what happens to trees when they die, and their role as wildlife snags.

Admission to this virtual Trees for Wildlife “lunch-and-learn” is $5. A portion of the proceeds will benefit wildlife conservation & habitat preservation efforts.

Zoom link will be emailed to you upon registration. If you miss the program, or can’t make it during that time, still register anyway! An exclusive recording link will be emailed to all registrants the next day. If you know that you will miss the program, please email any potential questions or plants you’d like addressed during the presentation ahead of time to Marissa, at and I will make sure to answer them during the presentation.


Apr 29 2022


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm




Online (Virtual)
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