Pollinator Workshop

In early June, the Club was happy to announce that we had been awarded a Community Sustainability Investment Fund Grant from the Town of Halton Hills. With this grant, the Club will plan, promote and orchestrate a public Pollinator Workshop. While the exact date of the event is yet to be determined, we are targeting early next Spring.
Come out and learn about the important role of pollinators in ecological relationships, biodiversity, agriculture/food industry. We recognized a need in our community to develop a broader understanding of the role insects play in life on earth. We want to share the wealth of knowledge present among our Club members and educate people on the importance of native plants. We feel our Club is in a great position to engage and educate a wider audience and it will be fun! We will feature a few speakers, some hands-on displays and, best of all, lush and lovely native plant species to take home for the benefit of pollinators in participants’ garden.
Fiona Reid and Alexis Buset are lead organizers for this event. They will, at some point, ask for a little extra help for certain tasks. If you are interested in being involved, please speak to either of them at a meeting or send them an email.

Stay tuned for more information and ways that you
can be involved in this exciting outreach event!


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