Pollinator Habitat Restoration in NC Botanical Garden Nature Preserves
Thursday, July 9, 2015
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Registration open through 7/9/2015 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Former agricultural lands and fire suppressed woodlands often provide appropriate habitat to reconstruct the Piedmont savanna ecosystem and habitat for important pollinator groups such as bees, flies, wasps, butterflies, and moths. The NCBG oversees the conservation and management of nearly 1,000 acres of natural areas. Learn about our restoration activities, such as monitoring pollinator diversity and abundance, creating nesting habitat, and using prescribed fire to help protect and maintain pollinator habitat.

FREE, pre-registration required.

Reeves Auditorium

Allen Education Center, Building A
100 Old Mason Farm Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27517

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