Event/Webinar Title: Pollinators and Their Importance
AT-VMS: AT: Native Plant Society of Texas (Enter AT#, Class Title as posted, Name of NPSOT Chapter, and Presenter)
Comments: AT22-228 Hybrid Pollinators and Their Importance, NPSOT Fredericksburg, Presenter: Sue Blackwell (AT=1h)
Event Date: 4/26/2022
Event Time: 7:00p-8:30p
Business meeting will begin at 7:00p and presenter will at the conclusion of the business meeting.
Consider everything in this native environment that we are trying to protect. We focus on the plants. However, this environment is so much more. Without the wildlife (which includes insects ) we don’t have the birds, or seeds for next spring.
At the foundation of this well-spring are the pollinators. Not all our pollinators are native insects. Sue Blackwell, is our speaker this month. Her deep interest is the intricacy of the social structure in a honeybee hive and the importance of honeybees to the environment. Everything that the hive produces is useful.
The owner of Green Life – an interior plant and design business in the San Antonio and Austin areas – as well as the vice president of the Kerrville Beekeeping Club, Sue is completing the final level of the Master Beekeeping program at the University of Montana. She provides bees in three counties for agriculture exemptions.
Cost: no charge
208 Danos Dr
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Register @: not required
Join the Zoom Meeting @ 7:00p @ https://npsot-org.zoom.us/j/9598029940
Meeting ID: 959 802 9940