Learn How to Attract and Nourish Birds and Butterflies in Your Own Backyard, May 5 at Irvin L. Young Memorial Library

Monarch butterflies feeding on New England Aster, one of the plants that will be offered at the Books, Birds & Butterflies event.

Looking for inspiration for your yard or want to keep your nature vibe going after Earth Day?

Stop by the Irvin L. Young Memorial Library on Saturday, May 5th from 10 am to 1 pm to learn how to attract and nourish birds and butterflies in your own backyard. The Kettle Moraine Land Trust is partnering with libraries to encourage wise stewardship of local landscapes. Volunteers will be available at East Troy, Elkhorn, Delavan and Whitewater libraries with tips, guides and even free native plants and seed to get you started. There will be several native plants to choose from, one plant per household.

The Kettle Moraine Land Trust (KMLT) is a nonprofit conservation organization that protects local lands and waters for your enjoyment and future generations. Contact Maggie Zoellner, Executive Director with questions or for more details at 262-949-7211 or visit the KMLT website, www.kmlandtrust.org.

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