Dawn Weber

Author's details

Name: Dawn Weber
Date registered: March 11, 2016

Biography

Dawn serves as a Habitat Advisor for St. Louis Audubon Society’s Bring Conservation Home program, assisting landowners in restoring native plant and animal habitat. She is also an active participant and board member for the Wild Ones – St. Louis chapter. When not working at her “real job” in software development, she spends a lot of time in her St. Louis city native garden, studying, photographing, and enjoying all of the life that it supports.

Latest posts

  1. Upcoming FREE Webinar – Bees in Your Backyard — July 14, 2017
  2. Volunteers needed for September Native Garden Tour — June 29, 2017
  3. Mr. Clean Need Not Apply … Just Yet — February 28, 2017
  4. New Year’s Resolutions – for your yard? — January 3, 2017
  5. Make your Halloween pumpkin work for wildlife — November 1, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. Even my tiny wafer ash tree provides habitat — 10 comments
  2. Asters, Breakfast of Champions — 8 comments
  3. Time for a haircut? — 7 comments
  4. Mr. Clean Need Not Apply … Just Yet — 4 comments
  5. Who’s visiting? American Ladies! — 4 comments

Author's posts listings

Jul 14

Upcoming FREE Webinar – Bees in Your Backyard

The Ohio State Unversity’s Bee Lab will be presenting a free webinar on July 19th about native bees.  The Bee Lab has lots of information and recorded webinars online, where some topics are focused on honeybees and beekeeping, but there are plenty that focus on our native pollinators as well.  I met Denise Ellsworth, who is …

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Permanent link to this article: http://stlouisaudubon.org/blog/webinar-bees-in-backyard/

Jun 29

Volunteers needed for September Native Garden Tour

Registration is now OPEN for the 2017 St. Louis Native Plant Garden tour, happening on Saturday, September 16th.  If registration is open, that means that planning is in full swing!  In order to put on a successful tour, we need LOTS of volunteers to help at each site, who can talk to visitors and relieve …

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Permanent link to this article: http://stlouisaudubon.org/blog/vol-needed-npt2017/

Feb 28

Mr. Clean Need Not Apply … Just Yet

Does this unseasonably nice weather have you itching to go out and clean up the garden? By February, things may be looking a little ragged. Strong winds have knocked over some of the taller plants, indigo “tumbleweeds” are blowing around, and there are leaves everywhere. When the first sign of warmer weather comes, as gardeners, …

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Permanent link to this article: http://stlouisaudubon.org/blog/mr-clean-need-not-apply-just-yet/

Jan 03

New Year’s Resolutions – for your yard?

  Many of us make New Year’s resolutions, heading into the new year with the best of intentions to eat healthier, exercise more, manage finances better –  but how many of us make resolutions regarding our habitats?   Ecobeneficial, a horticulture communications company out of NY, posted a blog about about making landscape resolutions, and …

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Permanent link to this article: http://stlouisaudubon.org/blog/new-years-resolutions-yard/

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