Adult Workshop: Gardening for Bees

04/07/2018, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

50 per person map


How do you feed a bee? Learn about local native plants that serve as good food sources for bees and other pollinators. Work with the Museum's manager of horticulture to learn about how we maintain our pollinator habitat areas, and make plans for making a pollinator garden of your own. Participants go home with a set of plant starts!

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Adult Workshops is a series of specially designed classes for adults, delivered to you by the Museum of Life and Science in partnership with our favorite Triangle-area experts. Dive in deep and explore the science behind some of your favorite things, and come away with tips from the pros for ways to build your skill on your own. Enroll in individual workshops or sign up for the full series. In our second series, explore the science of honeybees in an in-depth study of beekeeping, gardening for bees, and working with honey in the kitchen. **Participants must be 21+.

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