Women's Learning Circle: Early Blooming Native Plants for Pollinators - virtual event

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

*Update: At this time, we are planning on a virtual Women's Learning Circle during this time and date in lieu of the in-person event. Stay tuned for further information.*

Join us for the first in a series of four pollinator-focused women's learning circles in 2020.  Heather Byers of Great Plains Nursery near Weston, Nebraska, will lead the group in discussion of early-blooming trees, shrubs, and other plants that are crucial for pollinators in the early spring.

Cost: Free

What: Women’s Learning Circle focusing on Early Blooming Native Plants for Pollinators

Who: Heather Byers from Great Plains Nursery will host; women beekeepers, women landowners, and others who are interested in the subject matter will find this most relevant

When: Tuesday, March 31, from 6 to 8 p.m.

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Great Plains Nursery focuses on growing high quality plants that are native or especially suited to the Midwest climate. They take an ecological approach to horticulture, with function and habitat (rather than just aesthetics) serving as key. They grow plants that contribute to a healthy environment and long lived community forests for future generations.