Restoring Pollinator Pathways
Pollinators benefit the environment’s health but are also very crucial to our garden and agricultural production. How could such a small creature have such an enormous impact on sustaining our food but also profiting our crop production? Alicia Symons, Stormwater Coordinator for the City of Warsaw, will share about pollinator habitat loss and how you can make a positive impact to restore pollinator pathways.
Pollinators allow plants to reproduce in our urban and rural landscapes. Do not be daunted, there is much you can do to help restore pollinator pathways, even in your own backyard, regardless of where you live or how big your property is. Symons will discuss the simple steps you can take to restore pollinator pathways.
You will also build your very own bee hotel to welcome pollinators to your garden this spring!
This event is underwritten by City of Warsaw Stormwater Utility
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