Addition to the Winter Calendar: Knowing Your Pollinators on March 2

Halictus ligatus (sweat bee) covered in pollen. (photo: Sam Droege/USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab)

Peep-Peep * Chirp-Chirp * Buzz-Buzz.  Honeybees may be the best known pollinators, but there are many other bees, beetles, butterflies, birds, and bats who keep our farms, gardens, and wild places growing.  Join beekeeper Jodi Turner of Imagine That HONEY! for an introduction to honeybees and some of these other pollinators, and to learn how you can make a difference.  We’ll identify products to watch out for, and ways to attract beneficial insects to your yard and garden.  Sunday, March 2 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Harris CenterThis workshop is free; registration is requested, but not required.

For more information, please contact Jodi at (603) 381-1717 or imaginethathoney@hotmail.com.  To register, please contact Sara at (603) 525-3394 or lefevbre@harriscenter.org.