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Pollinator Events In Wisconsin 2020

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Events For Next 14 Days
Soil Preparation, Jumping Worms
Address: Wehr Nature Center, 9701 W. College Ave., Franklin
Date: 04/11/2020 to 04/11/2020
Time: 1:30 PM -
Description:Soil is an important consideration when it comes to native plants. In addition to some thoughts on soil preparation before planting, Brad Herrick of the UW-Madison Arboretum will also share the current status of the jumping worm invasion. Learn how to optimize your success before you even plant and what you can do to recognize and control a serious invasive threat to our native plant communities
Prescribed Prairie Burning: An Overview
Address: Schmeeckle Reserve, 2419 Northpoint Dr, Stevens Point
Date: 04/14/2020 to 04/14/2020
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Description:Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center, Meeting Room
Ephemeral Spring
Address: Scheig Center, 1333 Witzke Blvd, Appleton
Date: 04/15/2020 to 04/15/2020
Time: 10:30 PM - 12:30 PM
Description:Many of our spring wildflowers and wildlife wonders of spring are short-lived, or ephemeral, and last for just a brief time each spring season. Rob will highlight these amazing ephemeral wildflowers along with other natural phenomenon that make springtime in Wisconsin amazing.
Seedling Transplantation
Address: Farmshed Greenhouse, 1220 Briggs Court, Stevens Point
Date: 04/16/2020 to 04/16/2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Description:Event sponsored by Wild Ones
Fostering Wisconsin’s Native Bees in Your Garden
Address: Mukwonago Library, Mukwonago
Date: 04/18/2020 to 04/18/2020
Time: 10:00 AM -
Description:Learn about Wisconsin’s remarkable native bee diversity. Explore their life cycles and where they develop and live. We can foster these important pollinators in our gardens with bee-friendly plants and practices. This presentation will help you appreciate and support native bees—from bumblebees to tiny solitary specialist species. Susan Carpenter is the native plant gardener at the UW-Madison Arboretum, where she works with students and community volunteers to maintain and monitor a 4-acre garden representing the plant communities of southern Wisconsin. She leads a bumblebee conservation project that monitors these important pollinators, including the federally endangered rusty-patched bumblebee, Bombus affinis, which lives at the Arboretum and perhaps in your own garden. ?
Pollinator Conservation and Backyard Pollinator Habitat
Address: Phipps Center for the Arts, hUDSON
Date: 04/22/2020 to 02/29/2020
Time: -
Description:stay tuned for details.
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