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March 2021 Butterflyway webinar: Native plant gardening with Lorraine Johnson - Shared screen with speaker view
Ecaterina Nistor
14:18
hello everyone
Amanullah Ashraf
14:31
good afternoon everyone
Rayan Mohamed
14:39
Hello
Leanne Morrison
14:44
Hello Butterfly Rangers
Amanullah Ashraf
14:50
hello
Jacqueline Huff
15:12
Hello Butterfly Rangers from Chilliwack, BC - home of the Stolo Nation.
Laural Gagnon
15:14
Good day everyone from Powell River, BC
Heather Czarnota
15:26
Hello from Heather in Barrie, ON
Lenore Marginet
15:35
Hello everyone from cloudy Thunder Bay!
Domina Edwards
15:35
Hello from Point Grey in Vancouver BC
Gail Fennell
15:36
Hi Gail from Regina
Rachel O'Neill
15:40
Rachel O’Neill (she/her), Lekwungen territory (Victoria, BC)
Ruth Lee
15:40
Ranger Ruth from Kanata (Ottawa)
Carol Saxon
15:42
Hi, I am Carol from Vancouver
Midori Sigler
15:43
Hi Midori, Toronto
Dr. Joti Samra
15:43
Hi I’m Joti from Pemberton, BC (and Vancouver, BC) :)
MaryAnne Earle
15:47
Hi everyone! Mary Anne from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Cindy Saucier
15:48
Cindy Saucier - Russell, Ontario
Elizabeth J Sacca
15:48
Elizabeth Sacca from Outremont, Montreal, Quebec. HI !
L Redmnd
15:52
Hi, from Laurel in New Westminster BC
Karen Hutchinson
15:54
Hi from Caledon Ontario
Leo Silvestri
15:54
Hello from Windsor ON :-)
Lindsay Furan
15:55
Lindsay from Aurora Ontario:)
Laural Gagnon
15:59
from the lands of T’liammon nation
Wendy Buelow
16:00
Hi I’m Wendy, from Dunnottar, MB. By Lake Winnipeg
Ivan Quach
16:01
Hello from Hamilton, ON!
Amanullah Ashraf
16:06
hello from Aman in Etobicoke, Ontario
Leanne Morrison
16:10
Hello Butterfly Rangers Leanne Morrison Victoria Butterfly Rangers 2017 group
Pippa Beck
16:12
Hi from sunny Ottawa where spring seems to have arrived!
Kathleen Cranley
16:21
Hello I'm Kathleen, a new ranger from Westport, Ontario
Leah Nacua
16:27
Hello from Leah in Brampton, Ontario!
Linda Hachez
16:28
Hi. I'm Linda, from the Sudbury, more specifically, the Northern Rangers group!
Darlene J Salter
16:30
Hello from Darlene Salter in Dryden, Northwestern Ontario
Ronald Mazur
16:31
Ron Mazur from Winnipeg
Malia Robin
16:38
Hi From Malia from Ottawa (Orleans). Happy Spring!
Debra Dawes Debra
16:40
Hi from Debra in the Mt Pleasant area of East Vancouver
Holly Nickel
16:41
Hey there from sunny Niagara (its 20 deg on my deck!)
Nancy Blair
16:45
Hi: I am Nancy from Dartmouth NS
Ecaterina Nistor
16:48
Hello, I'm Ecaterina from Calgary
Peggy Rose
16:51
hello from warm and sunny, Chatham, SW ON Peggy Rose
Diane Cromack
16:55
Hi Diane from Burlington
Lorene Archdekin
16:57
Hi Everyone! Lorene from Kaslo, BC
Barb Pajak
17:10
Hi from Barb in Richmond Hill! Spring is sooo here!
Deborah Webb
17:16
Hi from Deborah in Penticton, BC
Myrna Peters
17:38
Hello To All! From Myrna at Edmonton AB
Susan Ellis
19:00
Hi this is Sue from Regent Park, Toronto.
Melanie Furlong
19:07
Hi I’m Melanie from Lower Sackville, NS
Kari Major
23:21
Hello All from Calgary. The Traditional Lands of the Blackfoot Nation in Treaty 7.
Barb Pajak
24:44
I like "ambassador"!! I will use that!
Kari Major
25:41
I agree Barb... Ambassador
Claudia Bich
25:52
Hello from Powell River, Tla’amin traditional territory, BC
Gail Fennell
34:55
ironically Yellow evening primrose seeds are good for people too
Gail Fennell
36:38
maybe call them "lace bees"?
Kari Major
43:34
Did anyone catch the name of the App that Lorraine just mentioned?
Melanie Furlong
43:51
iNaturalist
Megan Jacobs
43:56
Inaturalist
Karen Hutchinson
43:58
pollinator.org
Kari Major
44:13
thanks :)
Gail Fennell
44:37
a good source for SK plant id is Saskwildflower https://www.saskwildflower.ca/native-plant-photos.html
Leo Silvestri
46:54
This link has a list of all native plants all over North America https://www.monarchmilkweedhabitat.com
Jay Scott
49:50
This conversation will put an updated face on reconciliation:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGSNfLREkOE.
Jay Scott
52:41
Moths feed our night feeding species, i.e. bats.
Jay Scott
55:17
Hosts: please copy and paste the chat into the Q&A so we can copy the comments. You've not enabled this function in your chat. Thanks.
Donna Dykeman
56:04
https://www.sfu.ca/people/eelle/bee_info.html
Donna Dykeman
57:41
https://advance.science.sfu.ca/publications/search.php?search=eelle
Donna Dykeman
59:18
Hello from the unceded and stolen homelands of the Coast Salish peoples, including the Musqueam, Squamish and Tseil Waututh First nations, AKA East Vancouver ...
Kari Major
01:01:29
I LOVE Braiding Sweetgrass. She is a lovely, lyrical writer. I have the Audible book and she reads it. Just wonderful
Donna Dykeman
01:04:22
https://lfs-iherg.sites.olt.ubc.ca/
Deborah Webb
01:09:04
We have 6 tall stacks of honey bee hives that a beekeeper has on our yard. Our honeybees are gentle, I can pick flowers where they are working and not issues.
Kiva-Marie Belt
01:11:35
I usually get 1-2 stings per year - always on my feet and I spend 6-8 hrs outside every day in summer. Stings are very rare events.
Jode Roberts - David Suzuki Foundation
01:11:53
Hey everyone — we will have copies of the slides, Lorraine’s resource doc, chat and Q and A and transcript shared in the Ranger Toolkit
Donna Dykeman
01:12:17
Great!
Jode Roberts - David Suzuki Foundation
01:14:42
Ranger Toolkit is here: http://bit.ly/BFWYtoolkit2021
Jay Scott
01:15:37
Lorraine, this has been a fantastic webinar and source of information. Can't wait to receive the recording so I can share it!!!
David Suzuki Foundation
01:17:16
In Vancouver, we have the Point Grey Pollinator Butterflyway Rangers that have 100s of families planting along their boulevards!! Good things are deginitley happening across the country.
David Suzuki Foundation
01:18:03
Butterflyway Rangers in Sunset Community Garden are also giving away native plants to fellow rangers in Vancouver!!
allyson desormeaux
01:18:31
great information! Thank you so much!
Erin Shoults
01:18:52
Lorraine, this work is so well researched, inspiring and visionary! Thanks!
Wendy Buelow
01:19:08
So inspired, thank you Lorraine! And so much to do.
Albertino Romita
01:19:19
Lorraine you are incredibly awesome thank you so much, I’ve learned so much during this webinar
Carolyn Larocque
01:19:26
Loved this! Thank you so much!
Laural Gagnon
01:20:05
I’ll be starting in an existing garden at our community hall.
Taryn Stetski
01:20:11
so much great information here, thank you!
L Redmnd
01:21:03
Excellent talk, and thank you for the book discount!
Albertino Romita
01:21:17
We want it all Cody ...Let’s save the plan
Albertino Romita
01:22:59
David Suzuki is a God .... 85 years soon let’s do this for him & us
Albertino Romita
01:23:14
save mankind
Gail Fennell
01:23:34
yes please for boulevards! our city maintenance crews are working with us to find good plants
Albertino Romita
01:25:49
Cody I would love to chat with you one day soon
Cymry Gomery
01:25:49
you will have to do a second edition!
Claudia Bich
01:26:36
Laural, I am also in Powell River, how can I connect with you?
Mahnaz Ghalib
01:27:04
thank you so much Lorraine for the inspirational talk and Jode and team for organizing the webinar!
Cymry Gomery
01:27:09
:)
Albertino Romita
01:27:14
I have leave soon thanks for everything to everybody
Laural Gagnon
01:27:28
lauralsschoolgardens@gmail.com. I was planning to contact you,too. :-)
Claudia Bich
01:27:45
thanks!
Claudia Bich
01:28:12
mine is claudiabn80@gmail.com
Laural Gagnon
01:28:20
Super!
Gail Fennell
01:29:39
Early Blue Violets an dField Chickweed are two that will happily grow in mowed lawns but only light foot traffic
Barb Pajak
01:30:24
there's always stepping stones!
Deborah Webb
01:30:26
Is woolly thyme good for bees and butterflies? It blooms tiny mauve flowers, and can be walked on, handles super dry Okanagan Valley summer heat.
Megan Jacobs
01:30:46
Thank you! So much wonderful information.
Jay Scott
01:30:59
I do have white clover in my backyard. No one is allowed to walk on it! The front yard is carpeted with violets. I don't have to cut either "lawn."
Gail Fennell
01:31:00
field Chickweed is the antive one
Cymry Gomery
01:31:10
that’s what happened to me!
Cymry Gomery
01:31:17
I just let my lawn go
Cymry Gomery
01:31:38
older and wiser this year ha ha
Laural Gagnon
01:31:41
Thanks Lorraine. Great afternoon with you.
Chris Olive
01:31:49
Can somone echo the discount code for douglas-mcintyre please? I want to order the 100 easy native plants book
Lorraine Johnson
01:31:59
Sorry, I don’t share my slide deck, but I hope I’ve provided a lot of info in the resources and in the recording!
Gail Fennell
01:32:37
Thank you so very very much Lorraine for a great talk that is sure to help me encourage our enthusiastic recruits.
Chris Olive
01:32:46
Thanks Lorraine. Your encyclopedic knowledge is awesome to behold
Lorraine Johnson
01:34:18
link for 25% off 100 Easy book: https://douglas-mcintyre.com/discount/BUTTERFLYRANGER?redirect=%2Fproducts%2F9781771621441
Cymry Gomery
01:35:24
https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_PLANTMATERIALS/publications/mdpmcfs7726.pdf
Karen Weisberg
01:35:42
Thank you! Amazing content!
Cymry Gomery
01:36:08
Thank you! wonderful!
Jennifer Bell
01:36:13
Thank you so very much!
Claudia Bich
01:36:21
Thank you Lorraine!
Ella Lambert
01:36:25
Thankyou
Georgia Belanger
01:36:25
Merci!
Malia Robin
01:36:39
bye thank you!
Kiva-Marie Belt
01:36:40
Thank you, Lorraine!! Fantastic and very informative talk!!
Leo Silvestri
01:36:42
Thank you
Debra Dawes Debra
01:37:04
Thanks Lorraine!!!
Katie Prentice
01:37:07
THANK YOU
Lenore Marginet
01:38:36
Thank you!
Kathy DeKoven
01:40:03
bit.ly/BFWYmap2021
Kiva-Marie Belt
01:45:48
Iron-on decals is a great idea!! :) Great way to upcycle!
Laura Howell
01:46:33
we can paint our own signs. I will work on this..
Kimberly O'Hare
01:48:56
The hardest part right now is sourcing native seeds and plants!
Laura Howell
01:49:03
Native wild plants will reseed themselves very quickly. The pollinator patches will grow fast. So there is no worry if you feel it's too small.
Deborah Webb
01:49:07
Preview attachment Butterfly Ranger Hat Deborah Webb.pdfButterfly Ranger Hat Deborah Webb.pdf4 MB
Cindy Saucier
01:49:45
Thank you; very interesting and Happy Birthday David Suzuki!
Pam Reekie
01:50:14
I saw one today also up here in Muskoka
Cymry Gomery
01:50:39
it was a sign!
Rafia Saleh
01:51:03
Happy Spring!!
Cymry Gomery
01:51:06
happy spring and thanks
Wendy Buelow
01:51:14
Welcome
L Redmnd
01:51:17
Thank you - Happy SPRING!
Leo Silvestri
01:51:18
Thank You Guys! :-)
Gail Fennell
01:51:18
thank you so very much Jode Winne Baani!
Kim Henshaw
01:51:19
Thank you everyone! Great session today, so much info!
Karen Weisberg
01:51:22
Thanks so much. Lots of great info. And inspiration
Ella Lambert
01:51:23
Happy spring
Kiva-Marie Belt
01:51:25
Happy Spring! :) Welcome Baani!! Thank you to everyone! AMAZING session
Rafia Saleh
01:51:27
Have a good week! :)
Malia Robin
01:51:28
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