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Native Pollinators Workshop

  • Niche Coworking 25 W Main Ave 3rd Floor Spokane United States (map)

Fruit tree pollination is an integral part of tree care in order for fruit to develop. Some fruit trees need more than one tree in the vicinity in order to produce fruit, and some can stand alone. What they all have in common is the need for the attraction of insects, bees, birds, and other integral species to aid in the pollination process.

If you are interested in using native plant species to attract pollinators to your fruit tree or garden, then this is the class for you! Learn the basics about what to plant, where to plant, and what to look for to attract in this workshop. 

This class will be taught jointly by native plant enthusiast and Master Gardener Eva Lusk, along with Master Gardener Coordinator Tim Kohlhauff. 

Sunday, April 7th, 1-2:30PM
Niche Coworking, 25 W Main Ave. 3rd Floor
$12. Proceeds benefit Spokane Edible Tree Project.

Register here.

Earlier Event: March 21
Home Orchards
Later Event: April 14
Organic Pest Prevention