Pollinator Habitat Workshop • Douglas County
Friday, Jun 13th, 2014 @ 9am-3pm
Stull United Methodist Church • 1596 E. 250 Road • Lecompton, KS • Map
If you are interested in native pollinators and pollinator habitat and conservation in a rural setting, please plan to attend the Kansas Rural Centerís Pollinator Habitat Workshop on Friday, June 13, 2014, from 9 am to 3 pm. The morning portion of the workshop will be held at the Stull United Methodist Church, 1596 E. 250 Road, Lecompton, Kansas, 66050. The afternoon portion of the workshop will include a tour of pollinator habitat plots installed by Jim Weaver, Douglas County Conservation District, District Manager, on his property in northwestern Douglas County. Douglas County Conservation District is collaborating with the Kansas Rural Center to host the workshop.
The program is intended to provide information on native pollinators and pollinator habitat and conservation in a rural setting to farmers, landowners and anyone interested in pollinator conservation. This will be a tremendous opportunity to learn about the importance of providing habitat for pollinators and methods and strategies for installing pollinator habitat in the rural setting from national and local experts on the topic.
Registration is required. Follow Registration Link for more information.
Contact: Joanna Voigt firstname.lastname@example.org 785-764-3481
More Info: Workshop RegistationSponsor: Kansas Rural Center
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