Xerces Introduces Santa Fe Pollinator Trail workshop April 19, 2021

April 19
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (MT)Webinar

Join Kaitlin Haase and Emily May, Pollinator Conservation Specialists with the Xerces Society, to learn more about opportunities to create pollinator habitat in the Santa Fe area. Kaitlin will introduce the Santa Fe Pollinator Trail, an effort to create connected, climate-resilient habitat for pollinators in urban Santa Fe. As part of the trail launch, Xerces will be making native pollinator-friendly plant kits available to interested Santa Fe residents who commit to establishing and maintaining pollinator habitat in home gardens and public spaces, such as libraries, schools, parks, etc. Join us to learn more about how you can participate in conserving pollinators in Santa Fe!
To register visit: Protecting Pollinators in Santa Fe: Introducing the Santa Fe Pollinator Trail






One response to “Xerces Introduces Santa Fe Pollinator Trail workshop April 19, 2021”

  1. Avi Chatterjee Avatar
    Avi Chatterjee

    I live in an area of Santa Fe where I have heard of bear sightings though I have seen none. I was discouraged from even having bird feeders on my property (3.5 acres). I gave up my dream of having hives but was wondering if there is a community apiary where folks can have a few hives & tend to the bees for a fee. Many thanks, Avi

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