Date: January 26th, 2023
Time: Noon to 1 p.m.
Where: Online

Canadian Wildlife Federation winter webinar series explores the latest in rights-of-way management for pollinator habitat!

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Scientists have discovered how important it may be to include locally adapted microbes with your locally adapted plants. Mycorrhizal fungi can improve yield and plant and soil growth by transporting phosphorous and nitrogen and other nutrients from soil, collecting water from the soil, providing resistances from plant herbivores, improving drought tolerance, and decreasing soil erosion. Many restoration environments may have ineffective soil fungi due to moving, tillage or human caused change and could benefit from the addition! Join Dr. Liz Koziol to learn the advantages of including mycorrhizae in your rights-of-way restoration plans and techniques for application.