Wednesday, June 17 | 5-6 pm | Live via Zoom. Free. Registration required.
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Co-hosted by the University of Vermont Extension Master Gardener Program
Learn about all aspects of growing and maintaining a pollinator garden. We’ll start with the essential aspects pollinators need such as shelter, nesting sites, water and habitat. Then we’ll discuss the best trees shrubs and flowers to attract and sustain pollinators in your yard.
Charlie Nardozzi is an award winning, nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. He has worked for more than 30 years bringing expert gardening information to home gardeners through radio, television, talks, tours, on-line, and the printed page. Charlie delights in making gardening information simple, easy, fun and accessible to everyone. Catch Charlie on All Things Gardening in VPR every Sunday morning at 9:35am and on WCAX-TV’s In The Garden every Sunday evening.
This webinar series and all online content by North Branch Nature Center is made possible by contributions to the NBNC Resiliency Fund. Like our work? Please show your support!
Co-Hosted by the University of Vermont Extension Master Gardener Program
Volunteer Chapters: Northwest, Central, Rutland, Windham, Windsor, Bennington
About the Master Gardener Program:
The UVM Extension Master Gardener program cultivates gardening communities through volunteer education and demonstration. Our volunteers work throughout the state to promote successful, safe, and environmentally prudent, research-based consumer horticulture practices. Our volunteers are leaders who partner with local community groups to create access to plants and green space for health and well-being, to grow and distribute local food, to create resilient landscapes, to promote invasive species management, to educate on ways to help wildlife/pollinators, and to teach their communities how to compost and maintain healthy soil ecology.