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Monarchs and Mosquitos: Gardening Basics to Protect the Health of Pollinators and People NEW
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Class Description: 
Monday, September 18
6:30 to 8 p.m.
 
Digging into some insect ecology can help every gardener control mosquito breeding, while also inviting and supporting pollinators. Join "Green Jean" Ponzi from the Garden's EarthWays Center for a lively classroom presentation and twilight scavenger hunt around the Center for Home Gardening. You'll learn to monitor and help control mosquito breeding, how to work with public health agency protocols, and how to engage your neighbors in this important element of citizen responsibility. Refresh your gardening passion with basic native planting options to welcome pollinators into your personal habitat. Designed for adults only.
 
Registration ends September 13 at 12 a.m.
 
Class Details: 
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Monarchs and Mosquitos
 
Instructor
Jean Ponzi
 
Class Price
$8 members; $10 nonmembers
 

Class Dates: 

 
  Class- Allow 10 minutes to walk to the Center for Home Gardening Classroom at MBG
 Monday, 09/18/17 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM Center for Home Gardening
 
 

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