When: Sat., Nov. 13, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
When the leaves and temperatures begin to drop, many pollinators are looking for a place to spend the winter and it could be right in your own garden. Most pollinators prefer to stay at home and ride out the cold. The availability of nesting and overwintering habitat is very important in providing shelter and food for beneficial insects. We will construct a natural habitat at the pollinator rain garden and explore ways you can provide nesting and overwintering habitat in your own yard. Instructor: Jody Lesch, Garden School coordinator and resident “Bug Lady.”