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Declining Bee Population
ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT THE DECLINING BEE POPULATION?
WHEN:         Wednesday, May 24th
WHERE:      Law Enforcement Center  
                   601 3rd Avenue, Two Harbors
TIME:          6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

6:00- 7:00      Dan Schutte, Shoreview Natives
�Ÿ    Current reasons and stressors for pollinator decline
�Ÿ    Supporting pollinators through native planting and habitat creation
�Ÿ    Invasive species control and replacement with natives
�Ÿ    Questions and Conversation

 
7:00 - 8:00       Jadell Cavallin, Lake County Master Gardener
�Ÿ    Native Bees - types and importance
�Ÿ    Non-native, bee friendly plants
�Ÿ    Questions and Conversation
 
This is a FREE program.  However, due to limited seating capacity, we ask that you RSVP by calling 834-8469.

Click here for the brochure.
ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT THE DECLINING BEE POPULATION?

 

WHEN:       Wednesday, May 24th

WHERE:      Law Enforcement Center

                     601 3rd Avenue, Two Harbors

TIME:         6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

 
 

6:00- 7:00      Dan Schutte, Shoreview Natives

Ÿ  Current reasons and stressors for pollinator decline

Ÿ  Supporting pollinators through native planting and habitat creation

Ÿ  Invasive species control and replacement with natives

Ÿ  Questions and Conversation

 

7:00 - 8:00       Jadell Cavallin, Lake County Master Gardener

Ÿ  Native Bees - types and importance

Ÿ  Non-native, bee friendly plants

Ÿ  Questions and Conversation

 Click here for the brochure.

This is a FREE program.  However, due to limited seating capacity, we ask that you RSVP by calling 834-8469.



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