The Unfolding of Pat Sutton’s 44-year-old Wildlife Garden
February 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Stockton University, Room 246, Unified Science Building
Filming by Ben Werner and Pat Sutton, supplemented by Pat’s spectacular photographs, covers all four seasons of 2021. The chronology showcases favorite visitors while also demonstrating how (and why) Pat maintains her wildlife habitat as she does. Among other tips, you will learn why she is a “hands-off” gardener once she has cleaned up and readied her garden in spring. This approach leaves much more time for appreciation and learning, time saved from deadheading, removing spent stems, moving plants, and so on.
This is a live, in-person presentation, and Pat will be with us in the classroom to introduce the film and to answer your questions afterwards. If you have been to other presentations Pat has done for us, you know she loves to talk with fellow gardeners and naturalists of all levels and to share her wisdom and experience.
Pat Sutton has studied the natural world for over 45 years, as the naturalist at the Cape May Point State Park in the 1970s and 1980s, then naturalist and program director at the Cape May Bird Observatory (to 2007), and since then as a self-employed writer, photographer, naturalist, educator, lecturer, tour leader, and wildlife habitat/conservation gardening champion! Read more at her website: www.patsuttonwildlifegarden.com
Don’t miss this event!