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L.E.A.F. 2021: ​Native Pollinators in your Garden

  • Thursday, October 28, 2021, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Thursday, October 28, 6 pm

Carnahan Center Classroom 123

In New York State there are over 400 bee species. These bees are essential for the pollination of fruits, vegetables and flowers. Join Cornell Cooperative Extension master gardener volunteer, Patricia Martonis to learn how to create a habitat for native pollinators to enhance growing food and flowers. This presentation will focus on the importance of native pollinators in vegetable and flower gardens. Participants will learn how to attract, retain and support the natural balance for native pollinators in your home gardens. Learn what plants will create a positive environment, how to provide nesting sites and maintain your garden to encourage pollinators to visit.

Ms Martonis is a Chautauqua Master Gardener who has participated in a variety of projects including Seed to Supper, Educational gardens, and trainings. 

Key Information about the 2021 LEAF Workshops

  • Workshops are $5 per participant
  • Pre-registration is required, to register online click HERE; or call 716-664-9502 ext. 209 or email lpc33@cornell.edu for the registration information.
  • ALL classes will be held at the JCC Carnahan Center; 525 Falconer Street; Jamestown, NY.
  • Masks are required.
  • The best way to keep in touch with CCE-Chautauqua’s programming is to subscribe! Visit www.cce.cornell.edu/chautauqua/subscribe or give us a call to get subscribed.


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Lucia Conti
Association Administrative Assistant
716-664-9502 ext. 209


@JCC Carnahan Center
525 Falconer Street PO Box 20
Jamestown, New York 14702

Last updated September 22, 2021