Improving Pollinator Habitat at Home: A Two-Part Online Event
NOFA MASS brings us this timely 2 part Online learning opportunity featuring pollinators:
Do you want to create a garden that is inviting, and nourishing, for people, and pollinators alike? In this workshop with Dan Jaffe, co-author of Native Plants for New England Gardens and longtime ecological horticulturist, we will focus on successful methods for creating habitats for pollinators and beneficial insects in the landscapes where we live and work. Join us at Pingree School to learn more about: why designing for pollinator health builds resiliency in our local ecosystem, design components that should be considered in every garden, which flower shapes and colors attract insects and other features that provide a variety of habitats for beneficial insect. Join us on May 14th and 16th from 6:00pm to 7:30 for this two-part, interactive online event.
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