Are you interested in creating habitat for wildlife? Do you want to do your part to keep Bellevue wild? Now is your chance to become a Habitat Steward™! The National Wildlife Federation — in partnership with the King County WaterWorks Grant Program — is offering a specialized, multi-week webinar workshop to teach you how to help others create and restore wildlife habitat in backyards, schoolyards, and other private and public areas. Webinar sessions will take place April 21st, April 28th, May 5th and May 12th from 6:00 - 9:00 pm via a free video conference platform. On May 10th, participating Habitat Stewards will have the option of receiving hands-on experience installing a schoolyard habitat garden in Bellevue. During this webinar workshop, you get to meet and interact with local conservation professionals and other similarly interested folks while participating in this engaging, fun and highly informative webinar! Expert speakers from the community will present on topics such as: gardening for wildlife, identifying native plants, managing noxious weeds, Pacific Northwest fungi, and much more! The cost of the training is $30 to cover program materials. Note: scholarships are available! No one will be turned down due to lack of funds. To register for the training, please visit: http://bellevuehst.brownpapertickets.com or contact us at WAEducation@nwf.org or (206) 577-7816.