Make a Bee Hotel for Native Pollinators

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Help increase populations of native bees in your yard and garden with a handmade bee hotel! Native solitary bees, like mason bees and leafcutter bees, are gentle, easy to raise, and are as important for pollinating as honey bees.

Jacob Johnston from Cornell’s Lab of Ornithology will give a presentation on the life cycle of these fascinating native insects and show you how to make a bee hotel to attract them to your garden. Materials and instruction will be provided for participants to make bee hotels to take home. 

March 7th, 2018 6:30 PM   through   8:30 PM
CCE-Tompkins
615 Willow Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14850
United States
Phone: 272-2292
Email:
Includes materials fee $ 10.00
Sliding scale $ 6.00
Sliding scale $ 7.00
Sliding scale $ 8.00
CCE Staff & Hort Volunteers $ 0.00
Sliding scale $ 9.00
Sliding scale $ 10.00
More Event Info
Finance Account Code 918
Program Area of the Event Agriculture-Master Gardeners

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