ReWild at The Preserve: An Earth Day Event

Saturday, April 20 from 2pm – 5pm, in Castle Gould’s Great Hall.

Learn about rewilding and how you can restore native plant communities in your backyard from Mary Reynolds, best-selling author of “The Garden Awakening” and “We are the ARK.” The youngest woman to win the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show in 2002, Mary now refers to herself as a reformed landscape designer and nature activist.

You will also meet and hear from youth organizers working on the Summer Program to Fight Hunger and Climate Change as well as fellow rewilders working on the Community Gardens Program.

You will also have the opportunity to network with influential native-plant advocates and immerse yourself in the Preserve’s beautifully rewilded areas with an optional walk led by an expert guide.

Admission to this event is free of charge, but pre-registration is required. The Preserve’s standard $15 per car parking fee applies to nonmembers.

Reserve your free spot here!

About Mary Reynolds

Mary is an internationally acclaimed “reformed” landscape designer who launched her career at the Chelsea flower show in 2002, the story of which was made into a 2016 movie called “Dare to be Wild”.  She is a bestselling author, inspirational speaker, occasional television presenter and founder of the global movement “We are the ARK”, a practical groundswell movement that shifts the environmental game in nature’s favor.

“Weaving this web of life back together patch by patch. How empowering anybody with land under their care into a journey of ecosystem restoration, brings an unexpected harvest. Hope. We are the Ark, Acts of Restorative Kindness to the Earth.”

Visit Mary’s website for more information.