When: April 24th - 27th
Location: Festival Grounds
Kate Whealen, a Master Gardener and head of the Sangre de Cristo Beekeepers and Loretta McGrath, a top-bar beekeeper and Director of the Pollinator Partners Program, will guide participants through the basics of pollination, the importance of pollinators for ornamental and food gardens, and how to design and create pollinator habitat in your garden.
The workshop includes a tour of the “Scent Garden” in the Railyard Park and a discussion of specific plants that attract a range of pollinators from hummingbirds and butterflies to honeybees and native bees of the Southwest.
This is a FREE workshop. Meet at the Railyard Park Community Room on Callejon Street (behind SITE Santa Fe). For more information or directions visit our website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-316-3596.