Attracting Pollinators to Your Landscape

7:00 until 8:30 p.m. Tue, Mar 20, 2018

Venue: Northfield Mountain Recreation and Environmental Center

99 Millers Falls Road, Northfield, MA 01360



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Celebrate the first day of spring with this illustrated evening program on transforming gardens and landscapes into native bee habitat. Learn about native bees and what steps we can take to create pollinator friendly landscaping including providing food for bees and nesting opportunities to raise their young. Join Tom Sullivan, M.A.L.D, at Pollinators, for an evening filled with ideas and inspiration - from simple techniques to community practices focusing on connectivity. Tom is a pollinator habitat designer, land consultant, and educator with a special focus on native bees. He gives talks and workshops on the nesting, foraging and life cycles of native bee species in New England. A beekeeper in his youth, Tom switched his interest from honeybees to native bees in 2008 after Colony Collapse Disorder emerged and it became clear how intricately tied whole ecosystem health is to pollinator well-being and human survival. This free event is co-sponsored with the Athol Bird and Nature Club.

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