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Hometown Habitat, Documentary Film • Shawnee County

Tuesday, Apr 24th, 2018 @ 7-8:30pm
Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library • 1515 SW 10th St • Topeka, KS • Map

What can we do? As more natural prairie falls under the plow and is converted to parking lots, homes and lawns, our wildlife habitat is shrinking. Lost is diversity and critical connections between native insects and native plants. No native plants and insects. No birds.

But we ALL can do something! Come see Hometown Habitat, a powerful documentary about how we can make a difference in our own backyards. Hometown heroes from across the nation tell their stories of how they are Bringing Nature Home.

COME AND ENJOY! Bring a friend. Experts will answer your questions after the film.

Contact: Mary Powell

Sponsor: Topeka Audubon, & Jayhawk Audubon Society

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