Creating a Pollinator Friendly Garden

03jun10:30 am12:00 pmCreating a Pollinator Friendly Garden10:30 am - 12:00 pm 107 S 1st Ave Cusick, WA 9911919 Guests are attending

Event Details

Trail walk to view pollinator friendly plants @ 9am. Meet at the library book return.

Program begins in the City Hall meeting room @10:30am

Do you find yourself wondering about that bee on your flowers or that butterfly on your walk? Or you love pollinators and want to invite them to your yard, fields, or forests? Come learn about these creatures, why they are important, and ways to create and maintain pollinator friendly spaces.

Angie Orpet works for the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. She helps orchards and small fruit producers create pollinator habitat to enhance their production while making homes for invertebrates. She lives in Wenatchee, but serves the PNW.

We will have seeds or plants for participants to take home after the event. Please pre-register to receive yours.

Come and learn:

Basic insect ID between bee, fly, wasp, butterfly, moth, beetle

Pollinator importance

How to make habitat, plants that are native to the area, and pesticide use

Citizen science opportunities to monitor bumblebees, fireflies, monarchs 

Beneficial insects that come along with habitat.



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