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|July 19; 9:00 am - 11:00 am|
Native Plants for Pollinators
Saturday, July 19, 2014, 9 - 11 am
Pollinators are ecologically and economically important creatures. Every third bite of food that we eat is the direct result of a pollinator. With the population of many native pollinators in decline due to disease, habitat loss, and pesticide use, what can the homeowner do? Learn which native plants you can use to create pollinator habitats that are attractive, eco-friendly, and functional. Lewis Ginter Lead Butterfly Curator Annie Raup discusses native plants that will provide the proper food and shelter for pollinators.
$21 / $10 member. 1 session = 2 hrs. GES: HL, 2, elective.
Registration is closed for this class.