ECO Talks: The Vital Role of Bees

Let’s celebrate and protect the hardworking pollinators who help our gardens and ecosystems thrive.

 

Date

October 2, 2024

Time

6:30 pm — 7:30 pm

Location

Bessie Mitchell House

411 Ball St.
Grapevine, TX 76051 United States
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ECO Talks: The Vital Role of Bees

Did you know? There are an estimated 20,000 species of bees, and approximately 3,600 bee species native to the United States and Canada alone. These pollinators include solitary bees, bumble bees and honey bees. Although birds, bats, and other creatures are also pollinators, insects, like bees, are the animals that do the bulk of the pollination that affects our daily lives. Wild bees are generally different than domesticated honey bees and live underground in nests.  An expert speaker will teach attendees how to protect and attract these hardworking pollinators who help our gardens and ecosystems thrive.

Registration opens one month in advance.

ECO Talks: The Vital Role of Bees