Designing for Pollinators

BIOLGY 732.3

Providing habitat for pollinators is key to a heathy and thriving ecosystem and garden. Learn how to create a successful design with pollinators in mind.

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What you can learn.

  • Understand the different bee species within the Northwest and California
  • Learn how to pick plants that attract native butterflies and native bees
  • Gain an overview of the basics of honeybee hives, care, and threats to these pollinators
  • Identify other pollinators besides bees

About this course:

Designing gardens that attract pollinators requires understanding pollinators and their preferences. We will discuss bees, both native and European Honey bees, wasps, hoverflies, and moths and creating designs that work with nature. We can help create both a pollinator garden, and a healthier planet.

Summer 2022 Schedule

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Monday 5:00PM - 6:30PM PT
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Location: UCLA X Open
ENROLL BY: Jul 25, 2022
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Mon Jul 25, 2022
5:00PM PT - 6:30PM PT
UCLA X Open

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