Last May, Jeffrey Caldwell gave what turned out to be part one of a fun and informative workshop on pollinators. Attendees begged to have him back, so we are! Jeffrey returns on March 9 to regale us with tales of all things pollinating!
Jeffrey says, “I’ve had in mind creating gardens and landscapes that supply a complete life history habitat for them. It has been an eye-opening study and I’d like to share conclusions and tips helpful to those who enjoy supporting Lepidoptera and other flower-visiting insects on their grounds.”
In this workshop, Jeffrey Caldwell imparts some of his wealth of information on insect pollinators — bees, butterflies, and moths — in the native garden. Bring a snack in case we go past noon!
Pay by cash or check at the event. Student? Call to trade some garden time for attendance. Free parking is on side streets, at St. Leo The Great School around the corner on Garland Street, and also at The Bread Basket/Health Trust on Garland.