Operation Pollination: All about native plants and pollinators

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Saturday, April 7, 2018 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Cost: 
Free
Oak Ridges Community Centre
12895 Bayview Ave.
L4E 3G2 Richmond Hill , ON
Canada
Ontario CA

This event is supported by The Town of Richmond Hill, The Regional Municipality of York, and Ontario Power Generation. 

Interested in supporting native pollinators? Join us for a free presentation and walk to learn about:

  • the habits, breeding, and conservation of butterflies
  • native trees that attract bees
  • upcoming volunteer opportunities to plant and care for trees on public sites
  • subsidized planting programs (trees, shrubs and garden kits!) for residential/private property

Speaker: Grazyna Tonkiel

Grazyna is an artist who specializes in intricate drawings of the butterfly in art pencil and gold leaf.  She is an expert on the lives and habits of the butterfly, which she breeds in her garden in King City.  For more information please visit Grazyna’s personal website here.


Participants will have the opportunity to network with speakers.

Refreshments will be provided.

 

Accessibility Information: The facility is fully accessible by Ontario standards. If there are any additional requirements you may have in order to fully participate in the event, Erica[at]yourleaf.org

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