Join other woman landowners and land management professionals to grow your network and learn about:

  • Importance of pollinators and native species
  • Creating and enhancing pollinator habitat
  • Financial and technical assistance programs

The program will be held from 8:30-4 p.m. on Thursday, June 13 at the Mountain Research Station, 265 Test Farm Road in Waynesville. ogram includes classroom-based programs and field tour. Admission is $10.

To register, visit www.go.ncsu.edu/wow_pollinator_waynesville

Registration is required by Friday, June 7. Cost for the workshop includes lunch and materials. Limited scholarships are available for those that need financial assistance to attend.

This workshop is supported by Renewable Resources Extension Act funding form the USDA Institute of Food and Agriculture.

Haywood Waterways is a partner to help raise awareness of exotic and invasive plant species.

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