Back to Natives Restoration is hosting a fun “Edible Native Plants for your Garden” workshop on Saturday, April 6, 2013, at 3 pm, at Green Bliss – The Café, located at 305 N. Harbor Blvd., Suite 103, in Fullerton.
Grab a delicious organic coffee and settle down for a lazy afternoon with Back to Natives. Join Reginald Durant, BTN Director of Restoration, and learn about edible native plants for your garden. Native plants provide a healthy environment for wildlife and people. Natives conserve water – an increasingly scarce natural resource. Using natives eliminates the need for pesticides, which harm beneficial insects and other animals, and reduces our exposure to toxic substances.
Green Bliss Café is Back to Native’s 1% for the Planet partner!
About Green Bliss Café
At Green Bliss, we are all about living life to the fullest while protecting Mother Earth. Our goal is to provide a welcoming space where all of our friends and neighbors can come by to find information on sustainability or to share their experience with others on how to make this world a better place while sipping that perfect cup of locally roasted coffee and munching on great food sourced from local vendors.
To show you that we really do mean business, below are a few things that we are doing ourselves to make sure the impact we have on the environment is minimized to the best we can.
About Back to Natives Restoration
Back to Natives assists in the recovery of Orange County’s biodiversity through the restoration of open spaces, and the development of habitat gardens. Our environmental education programs educate students and community members about the importance of native plants and biodiversity.
Through our efforts we increase public understanding and appreciation of our quickly diminishing resources, and as a result, inspire the public to use wilderness resources wisely and respectfully, and to assist in the effort to protect our wild land areas. Back to Natives works to create public awareness of the rich environmental resources the County and the State have to offer, and the need to preserve them for generations to come.