A healthier, more resilient and sustainable river reach and corridor that is appreciated and enjoyed by all communities of the national capital region.
native bee and pollinator workshop
Submitted by Sally McIntosh on 20 July 2017 - 12:47pm
28 Jul 2017 - 9:00am
Are you intrigued by the role of pollinators in food systems? Concerned about global decline of bees? Interested in learning about native pollinators? If you answered yes, join us on Friday the 28th of July (Queanbeyan) or Sunday 30th of July (Michelago) for a day all about bees.
We will spend the morning learning about:
• The importance of pollinators
• Plant /bee co-evolution
• The role of Honey bees’ in food security
• The pollinator crisis
• Alternative pollinators
After lunch, we will learn how to support native bee populations in our environment and build bee hotels!
When: Friday 28 July, 9:00am – 3:00pm Where: Riverside Oval Clubhouse, 14-20 Carinya St Queanbeyan
RSVP: by 25th of July to firstname.lastname@example.org
What to bring: pen, paper, gloves, secateurs, and pliers (for bee hotel building). Morning tea and lunch will be provided.