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(Webinar) Gardening for Pollinators
Saturday, August 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am$15 – $20
13 August 2021- Due to unforeseen circumstances, this webinar has been postponed. We apologize for the inconvenience; stay tuned for future classes by subscribing to our newsletter.
Our pollinators are in decline but there is hope. There is much that can be done in our own gardens that can help many declining species. Join Kim Young, ambassador from Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, for a lecture about our pollinators and the importance of what we can do to sustain their survival. What do pollinators need to survive and what choices can we make in our plant selections? Learn about specialized bees, native bees in the Bay area and many other important pollinators. We hope you’ll join us for an engaging presentation learning about the small creatures among us that give us so much and sustain life.
Kim is a Xerces Ambassador for Education and Conservation and teaches about invertebrates, what they are and how they benefit us. She’s also a UC Master Gardener and designs pollinator gardens in her free time. When she isn’t traveling California giving talks at events or virtual talks she works on her ten-acre organic farm growing fruits and vegetables and observing the immense diversity of wildlife there.