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Where the Wild Things Are: Native Plants for Pollinators

Bee pollinating flower

From bumblebees to monarch butterflies, pollinators are in the news these days. Large scale habitat-destruction, the overuse of pesticides, and climate change all play a role, but the question remains, what can the average person do? Join Dan Jaffe Wilder as we discuss what each and every one of us can do to help the pollinators. Which plants are the best to plant, what strategies can we follow to create robust pollinator habitat, and how do we do it all without losing the beauty and usability of the gardens we love?

Dan Jaffe Wilder earned a degree in botany from the University of Maine, an advanced certificate in Native Plant Horticulture and Design from Native Plant Trust (formally New England Wild Flower Society), and has years of nursery management and plant sales experience. He is passionate about ecological horticulture, building both sustainability and wildlife value into every landscape, and the foraging and cultivation of wild edible plants. He is the Horticulturalist and Propagator for Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary and the staff photographer. His book Native Plants for New England Gardens was released spring of 2018.

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