Date(s) - Sat 25 Mar
Insect Hotels make wonderful garden art. They are utilized by wild, solitary bees as nesting sites and are places where ladybugs may overwinter. Install an insect hotel near your vegetables to help them make fruit and protect them from pests. This workshop will explain the principles for making a hotel to attract mason bees and other helpful invertebrates. You will practice construction skills while building your own small, portable hotel and gain the knowledge needed to build a larger one at your desired site.
Instructor: Elizabeth Dickey, IBG Education Director
Cost: IBG Member: $20, Non-Member: $25
This workshop is limited to 15 participants.