Pollinators are a critical part of the natural ecosystem yet many studies show their numbers are in decline. Fortunately there are ways to attract and support pollinators in the garden and landscape. Join us to learn about native pollinators and their habitat needs, as well as tips for selecting plants, designing gardens will pollinators in mind, and maintaining established pollinator gardens.
Registration is required and a $5 or $10 donation is optional. Register on the event webpage to attend live or receive a link to the recording. This session is the fourth in a six-part spring webinar series to be offered every other Wednesday through June for Granite State and Pine State gardeners.
Meet Our Presenters
Phil Fanning joined the University of Maine in 2020 as Assistant Professor of Entomologist. He works with the public and wild blueberry growers on supporting pollinators in their landscapes.”
Emma Erler is a Field Specialist in Landscape and Greenhouse Horticulture with UNH Extension. Emma provides research-based programming and technical assistance to green-industry businesses throughout the state, including nursery, garden center, and landscape operations
If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please contact UMaine Extension at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207.781.6099 to discuss your needs. Receiving requests for accommodations at least 7 days before the program provides a reasonable amount of time to meet the request, however, all requests will be considered.
Supporting Pollinators in Your Landscape [webinar] is written by Nate Bernitz for extension.unh.edu