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Pollinators, Food, and Climate Change

with Judith K. Robinson, Native Plant Garden Designer

$5 · Register at Eventbrite

Each paying attendee with receive a $5 Whole Earth Gift Card on the night of the event. You must attend to receive your card

We invite you to celebrate Pollinator Week with Judith Robinson, a Princeton-based garden designer who works extensively with native plants. In this workshop, Judith will explain how pollinators, food, and climate change are linked and what actions you can take, right in your own backyard, to have a positive impact on protecting pollinators, producing healthful food, and . A resource handout will be available.

Judith K. Robinson has been studying the relationships between soil biology, plant health, and pollinator habitat since her first organic food garden. She has done extensive research on the impact that synthetic fertilizers and pesticides have on the health of soil and its ability to sustain plant growth. Judith teaches workshops at corporations, educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations about the importance of providing habitat and nutritional support for native pollinators, including the butterflies, bees, and birds that are necessary for the health of food production and pollinator-dependent plants. She also designs native plant garden that can be tailored to any size yard, from large or tiny.

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Earlier Event: May 27
Closed: Memorial Day
Later Event: July 11
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