Pollinator Insects in your Garden


Pollinators session at the Bungam Community garden, 7 April.

Find out more about the pollinator insects in your garden at this workshop. Australia has lots of wild pollinator insects that are often overlooked.

When:            Sunday 7 April, 2pm – 3pm
Where:           Bungam Community Garden,
605 Englehardt St, Albury. View map.

  • Learn about pollinator insects including their importance for gardens and food growing and some of the other important roles of insects
  • How to attract and support pollinator insects in your garden
  • Practice your insect spotting skills in the community garden

Presenter: Karen Retra, co-founder of the national Wild Pollinator Count

Please dress for the outdoors and weather. BYO chair if you wish.

In addition to honey bees, Australia has many species of native bees, flies, wasps, beetles, butterflies and moths, many of which contribute as pollinators of our food, garden and bushland plants. Come along to learn more. All welcome.

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