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Cuvilly Ecojustice Network

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Landscaping for Biodiversity Curriculum

In response to the biodiversity crisis, Cuvilly developed an online curriculum for teens and adults based on Doug Tallamy's book "Natures Best Hope". With Dr. Tallamy's permission we have developed 6 modules that you can access anytime on your own device. Our hope is that schools, community groups, and individuals will use the curriculum to develop and debate issues that threaten the world's ecosystems and discover ways to take action to address them.

Curriculum Modules

The following workshops are based on our Landscaping for Biodiversity curriculum



June 4th 2-3:30 pm - To Weed or Not to Weed

June 5th 7-8:30 pm - To Weed or Not to Weed

Come join the Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center as we discuss weeds! What makes a weed a weed, and why do they have such a bad rep? Weeds are extremely beneficial to our ecosystems and have some amazing uses! Join us on our “walk and talk” as we discuss the many wonders of weeds. More details to come…


July 24th 7-8:30 pm- Variety is the Spice of Life 

Are you curious about native plants? Want to learn more about why they are so important, and how they help our ecosystems? Join us at the Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center for a discussion and some hands-on learning!

October 3rd 9:30-11:00 am- Meet the Little Things That Run the World

October 5th 12:00-1:30 pm- Meet the Little Things That Run the World

Insects play a vital role in sustaining life on earth, let’s take some time to appreciate them! We will take a guided walk and learn about the fascinating life of insects.

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