Are you ready to relish that one-of-a-kind, hands-on connection with the bright spring season? We can help you create a blooming backyard and even grow your own food, with virtual versions of our popular pollinator garden workshops!
We’ve teamed up with our local chapters of California Native Plant Society, Audubon Society, and Master Gardeners, along with University of Nevada, Reno, to bring you this exciting virtual event series.
Workshop 1: What’s the Buzz About Bees?
Guest speaker Dr. Sarah Richman, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Nevada, Reno will share takeaways from her research about the challenges pollinators face, and how you can help by creating your own blooming backyard habitat. She’ll share science-based tips and tricks for the best ways to bring your garden to life.
Then join us again for the next workshops in this series!
Saturday, May 23rd , 10 – 11AM:
Inyo-Mono Master Gardener Roberta Lagomarsini will demonstrate how to set up a drip irrigation system that will not only make watering your garden easier but will also help with water conservation.
Thursday, May 28th , 2 – 3PM:
Your backyard can help our birds! Join Pete Pumphrey, past President of Eastern Sierra Audubon Society, to learn how to create a garden that local birds will love.