Pollinator Pockets – Virtual Program

Date: Monday, August 10th, 2020 Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Location: (map and directions)

The University of Illinois Pollinator Pockets program is focused on assisting Illinois residents with the establishment of pollinator habitat in the landscape.  This program began in Champaign County and has expanded to include all of Illinois plus several neighboring states.  Ryan Pankau will review the history of the program, plus new features added in 2020, as well as plenty of information about how you can establish your own Pollinator Pocket.

Presenter Bio:

Ryan Pankau is a Horticulture Educator with University of Illinois Extension.  He has a background as an Arborist and Forester but has worked on a variety of habitat restoration projects across Illinois including: establishment and maintenance of prairie habitat, sustainable forest management and stream/wetland habitat restoration.

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