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How to Grow a Pollinator Garden – Dr. Victoria MacPhail, Presentation, Cambridge

April 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join Dr. Victoria MacPhail at the rare ECO Centre and Slit Barn (768 Blair Road in Cambridge) at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, for a presentation on How to Grow a Pollinator Garden. We’ve had great interest in our 1,000 Gardens Project, with people across Waterloo Region signing their gardens up as being friendly to native pollinator species as well as offering other benefits to people and nature alike, but how does one go about creating a successful pollinator garden? Dr. Victoria MacPhail, Coordinator at the Centre for Bee Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation, York University, offers tips on how to begin. Whether you are just starting out at gardening, or are a seasoned veteran looking to transform your yard into a more pollinator-friendly space, you won’t want to miss this FREE presentation.


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