Jan. 24: Native Bees hosted by Hastings Stewardship

Native Bees poster Jan 24. 2019

January 24 in Ivanhoe: Native Bees in Ontario

When it comes to field crops, flowers, fruit and vegetables, our native bees are the workhorses of the pollinator world. Find out more on January 24, when the Hastings Stewardship Council hosts the first event in their 2019 Winter Speaker Series – Native Bees in Ontario: Introduction, Challenges, and Action.

Bee advocate Susan Willis Chan will present the challenges and benefits that bees face in agricultural environments.

Thursday, January 24 from 7 to 9 pm

Huntington Veterans Community Hall, 11379 Highway 62, in Ivanhoe (north of Belleville)

https://www.google.com/maps/place/11379+ON-62,+Madoc,+ON

Cost – $5.00 per person (or a donation). Children are free

For more info:

Ray Wellman at 613-848-7697 or info@hastingsstewardship.ca

For the Winter Speaker Series lineup, visit hastingsstewardship.ca

Jan. 19: Headwaters with Friends of the Napanee

FNR_19 Jan 19. Watersheds poster

Saturday, January 19th
9:30 – 10:00 am – Social
10:00 – Presentation

All are welcome as FNR hosts Les Stanfield, Retired Senior Ecologist from the Ministry of the Environment, as he unlocks some of the mysteries behind “Headwaters – the hidden factors that influence our watershed and community health – understanding the cumulative effects.”
Newburgh Community Hall
2 Factory Street, Newburgh

For more information contact:
Lawrence O’Keeffe at info@friendsnapaneeriver.com