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Single entry Braidwood workshop --Sales Closed--
Event Details

The Native bee and pollinator workshop is presented by bee expert Megan Halcroft, and covers the following topics:

  • Importance of pollinators / bees in our ecosystems
  • Plant / bee co-evolution = best pollinators
  • Honey bees’ role in food security
  • The pollinator / bee crisis
  • Compare Australia’s social bees (honey and stingless bees)
  • Australia’s native solitary and semi-social bees
  • How to support native bee populations in our environment
  • Understanding the ‘other’ bugs in our environment
  • Questions.

The workshop will consist of 2 presentation sessions of approximately 1.5 hrs each, followed by an afternoon session of hands-on habitat creation for approximately 2 hrs. 

During breaks, participants are encouraged to visit the Truffle Central event in the school gymnasium and lunch can be purchased there.

CAN'T MAKE THIS DATE? Don't worry - there are also workshops on 28 July in Queanbeyan and on 30 July in Michelago.

This workshop if brought to you by USLC and the South East Landcare Support project, which is part of the $25 million of National Landcare Programme investment that Local Land Services is delivering to boost farm gate productivity and improve environmental health across NSW.

Braidwood Central School - Tiered Learning Space

48 Wilson Street Braidwood Palerang 2622, Australia

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Organiser Information

Simone or Rebecca
Upper Shoalhaven Landcare Council

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