Tue, Jul 13 | Master Gardener July 13th, 2021: What Bees

Master Gardener July 13th, 2021: What Bees Are These?

Master Gardener: What Bees Are These? Incorporating Wild Bees in Our Gardens and Landscapes
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Master Gardener July 13th, 2021: What Bees Are These?

Time & Location

Jul 13, 4:00 PM
Master Gardener July 13th, 2021: What Bees

About the Event

Prescott Valley Public Library will be hosting the pre-recorded presentation of July 13th, 2021 @ 4:00 pm Master Gardener: What Bees Are These? Incorporating Wild Bees in Our Gardens and Landscapes

There are 1,100 native species of Arizona bees with lifestyles that are very different from honeybees. Understanding them can help us find ways to tweak our garden, landscaping, and farming practices to be more inclusive and supportive of wild bees, many that are 90% better pollinators than our honeybees or specialize on specific native plants.

Tips on identifying them, delineating them from flies and wasps, providing suitable habitat and food sources will be discussed, as well as, how mulching, tilling, winter clean up, and other common garden practices destroy native bee habitats. Learn what you can do to enhance survival of these vital creatures while contributing to citizen science bee projects.

Presenter: Dianne Kadonaga, Master Gardener

This program is free. Registration is required. Register at pvlib.net>attend>classes & programs.

This is not an in-person presentation - this is a pre-recorded presentation you watch from the convenience of your own home.

Tuesday, July 13th, 2021

Starts at 4:00 pm

More Info? 928.759.3040

Registration is Closed

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