Learn to Support Native Bees at Master Gardeners Event

The Door County Master Gardeners Association will hold the final free public program in its 2017 education series on April 11, 7 pm, at the Collins Learning Center at Crossroads at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay.

Members of the public are invited to hear Master Gardener Chriss Daubner give the “buzz” about native bees, including types of bees, their importance in gardens, as well as their health and survival issues. She will also discuss ways to support native bees, including the plants they need.

A Door County native, Daubner is a frequent and popular speaker at Master Gardener events. She has presented talks on her various gardening passions, including prairie gardening, butterfly gardening, native plants and our environment, and miniature gardening. This presentation incorporates slides and information from the Southeast Milwaukee Master Gardenersʼ Pollinator Group.

This program is free and open to the public. For more information visit


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