"Pollinators at Thuya Garden" with Rick LeDuc, Land & Garden Preserve
People typically think of “pollinators” as bees and butterflies, but in this talk by Rick LeDuc, Thuya Garden Manager, a wider array of insects will be considered, not only for the crucial parts they play in pollinating, but also their other vital roles in the ecosystem. In addition to providing pollinators with lots of flowers, LeDuc employs numerous other gardening practices to help them survive as pollinator populations continue to decline.
$10 for Members
$20 for Non-members
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