Some ladybug populations are declining and others are increasing, and this change is happening rapidly. In this fascinating workshop, learn about ladybugs, their importance in the garden what our results show from our gardens and how you can become a part of this national citizen science project.
Explore our gardens with an eye to learning about the native bees. This national citizen science project is learning about declining native bee populations across the United States. Start with a fascinating talk exploring the bees and data from our gardens and then take home seeds to try it in your backyard.
Everyone loves monarchs with their bright colors and spectacular migration. They have been studied for 20 years nationally through this citizen science program and more can still be learned. Last year was a great year for monarchs in our area, but not nation-wide. Come learn more about these amazing creatures and how you can be a part of this research project, take home tags to help expand our efforts and contribute to this important research as they migrate through in September.
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