Lunch Seminar: Restoring Land for Pollinator Health – Seattle, WA
June 26th, 2018
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Seattle Central Public Library (Howard Wright Room)
Join the King Conservation District, Xerces Society’s Pollinator Program Co-Director Eric Lee-Mader, and King County EcoNet for this free workshop to learn how pollinators support ecosystem health. Native pollinators play a critical role in seed set and plant reproduction, and fostering them on your restoration site can be an asset for long-term recovery. Learn the basics of pollinator ecology and how to work pollinator recovery into your restoration plan.
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