The importance of pollinator gardening reaches an even greater level now that the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has just listed the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee as an endangered species, a bee which may still reside in Ohio as well as a few other Midwestern states. Denise Ellsworth will speak to the importance of native bees in the garden. She directs the honey bee and native pollinator education program through The Ohio State University Department of Entomology on the Wooster campus.
Stanley Stine, Naturalist for the City of Twinsburg, and Marcia Carsten of the Twinsburg Garden Club will also be on hand to answer questions on Native Plants and Pollinators.
Master Gardener Volunteers are eligible for 2 CEUs.
For more information, contact Sue Davis at 330-687-7818 or Davis4233@roadrunner.com.
Hosted by the Twinsburg Garden Club and Twinsburg Parks and Recreation.
Event Type(s): Adult Events
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