Pollinator Garden webinar
Horticulture Happy Hour Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Topic: Theme Gardens for Pollinators
Speaker: Denise Ellsworth, Program Director, Honeybee and Native Pollinator Education
Description: Gardens for pollinators can be just as unique as the individual gardener. No matter your passion -- herbs, roses, cut flowers, perennials or trees -- plants and garden features can be selected to create habitat that benefits pollinators, including bees, birds and butterflies. This session will focus on the practical steps gardeners can take to create or enhance habitat, including plant selection and simple design elements. By creating a patchwork of garden spaces that provide food and shelter for pollinators, gardeners can positively impact the health and survival of these important creatures.
Speaker Bio: Denise directs the honey bee and native pollinator education program through the Ohio State University Department of Entomology on the Wooster campus. In this outreach position, Denise supports and teaches beekeepers, farmers, gardeners and others across the state through a variety of workshops, webinars, written materials and electronic resources. In addition to chasing bees, Denise enjoys gardening, yoga, photography and hiking the towpath trail along the Tuscarawas river with her husband and dogs.
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