Keeping bees and other pollinators safe and happy

Rusty patched bumble beeSource: US Fish and Wildlife Service Fact Sheet

On Feb. 2, 7 pm, the Clean Air Board is hosting a program on examining the threats to our bee population and the ways to enhance our gardens and grounds to attract pollinators.   Dawn Toutkaldjian a bee keeper from PennApic (Pennsylvania Apiculture) will talk about the environmental threats to our bee population and how to reduce those threats.  Ann Markley from the Penn-Cumberland Garden Club will discuss how to reshape our gardens and grounds to make them pollinator-friendly.

Join us at the Second Presbyterian Church in Carlisle, 528 Garland Drive, Carlisle.  Feb. 2, 7-8pm.  The meeting room is the chapel (on your right side as you enter). Garland Drive is just south of Exit 45, Interstate 81 in Carlisle.

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