Bioregional Living Roofs contribute to a healthy environment by providing biodiverse and beautiful habitats for birds, bats, butterflies, insects, lizards, and other organisms while eliminating stormwater runoff and reducing temperature extremes. Join Research Botanist Jan Busco and Botany Collections Manager Kirstin Phillips as they team up to share this rare opportunity to learn about the 14,000 square-foot bioregional native Living Roof atop MNA’s Platinum LEED-certified Easton Collections Center and how it is evolving and adapting to our changing weather. Free with museum admission.
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