Summertime gardens provide the perfect habitats for pollinators. Come learn about the necessity of pollinators for our food system and what part you can play in supporting these small but mighty creatures! Join pollinator experts and enthusiasts, Mike O’Brien and Ann Brown, at Rising Fawn Gardens to learn about butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects. In the context of dwindling numbers and colony collapse, we will come together to learn and share what we each can do to support these essential creatures.
We will begin with a guided walk and tour of the gardens, taking time to identify and photograph the pollinators we find. Afterward, we’ll gather in the Yoga House for a presentation that includes information and instructions for cultivating pollinator habitat at home. Time in between will be allotted for a picnic lunch or cooling your feet in the creek.
This event is limited to 10 guests registered in advance of the date.
Social distancing, and other health precautions to keep all safe, will be required.