April Nature Night: Attracting Native Pollinators
Pollinators—especially bees!—are an indispensable part of a healthy environment and a secure food supply. One in three mouthfuls of food and beverages require the presence of a pollinator. Despite their recognized importance, bees and other pollinators are in decline across the country. Join scientist and insect wrangler Mace Vaughan from the Xerces Society for a fascinating evening on native bees, stories about their conservation, and how you can create beautiful gardens, parks, and farms that attract and support native pollinator populations. This presentation is free, but you must get your ticket online.
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