Contra Costa Master Gardeners: Creating a Pollinator Habitat

Thursday, December 12, 2019 · 6:30 PM - 08:00 PM
Located at the Homework Center

Designed for: Adults (18+), Seniors

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We have a new
online calendar. Please go to https://ccclib.bibliocommons.com/events
to register for this event.

Want
to create a buzz worthy pollinator garden? Think Mason bees live in jars?

Master
Gardeners, Liz Whiteford and Kath Cook, will discuss the basics of creating a
pollinator habitat in your garden. We’ll take a broad look at the key elements
required to attract pollinators and a “hands on” exploration of specific native
bee habitats you can create to attract Mason and Leafcutter bees.

So,
bring your curiosity and learn how to amp up your garden to buzz worthy status!