NEW Pollinator Habitat Workshop

NEW Pollinator Habitat Workshop

January 26, 2018 Art Community Ecology Education 2
A mowed lawn was sole "before" feature of the water basin at Rabanus Park, the “after” image shows World Garden Commons full of plant diversity that can support pollinators, birds and other creatures.

Discover the many benefits of a pollinator habitat and learn how to transform a section of your yard into a beautiful prairie garden.

When: Tuesday, March 27, 6:00-8:00 PM

Where: Probstfield Center for Education room 303, Moorhead

Tickets available: Click to enroll

The workshop focuses on what constitutes a pollinator habitat, the process of installing one from start to finish, and the importance of landscaping with native plants. Leave with the start of their design plan and a pollinator friendly kit to get started.

Workshop hosted by Cass County Soil Conservation District, Clay County Soil and Water Conservation District and River Keepers.



2 Responses

  1. Joe Larson says:

    I would like to attend.

    Joe Larson

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