Creating a Pollinator Paradise

Creating a Pollinator Paradise
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Sat 13 June 2020
Saturday 13 June 2020
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Pollinators are critical for the health of our ecosystems, food crops, and landscapes. Come see how Beacon Food Forest (BFF) is playing a role in helping to protect and support pollinator populations including meeting, and planting, a few of its plants. Learn 4 strategies for optimizing pollinator health and habitat that you can use in your own garden and community projects.

Kimberly Leeper, a Seattleite since 1995, is a garden educator, regenerative landscape designer, plant and wildlife enthusiast who specializes in Pacific NW native plants, beneficial wildlife habitat, and food forests/edible forest gardens. Kimberly loves inspiring people to think more holistically about their landscapes and the planet, and create an oasis with lots of foraging opportunities close to home!

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