This course will be offered online via the free, easy-to-use Zoom program.
Making home gardens more pollinator-friendly is critical to conservation efforts, and it also makes our landscape more beautiful and enjoyable for the family. We will explore why and how to give pollinators like bees, butterflies and hummingbirds the habitat they need to thrive, with lots of ideas for flowering plants that will keep them busy through the seasons!
Chris Ferrero is a Cornell Master Gardener from Dutchess County, NY. She speaks regularly at libraries, garden clubs and conferences from the Hudson Valley to the Berkshires. For Cornell Cooperative Extension she has led demonstration garden teams and children’s workshops, and serves other initiatives to lend expertise in shade perennials, flowering shrubs, native plants and deer deterrence. A retired corporate marketing director who has served on several nonprofit boards, Chris now does consulting for businesses and nonprofits, and enjoys speaking and volunteering as a tour guide at the Berkshire Botanical Garden.
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