With the help from The Piedmont Environmental Council, learn about the types of plants and habitat needed to support pollinators! The first of three events, the series aims to highlight the importance of providing habitat for pollinator species' throughout their entire life cycles.
You will be introduced to Virginia's common and imperiled insect pollinator and current issues in pollinator conservation. The event is free, but registration is required! Note: be prepared to walk about a mile across uneven, grassy terrain in hot weather.
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