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Pollinator Friendly Farming is the topic of a free workshop Tuesday, Aug. 29 at Nicolet College Fireside Center, Room 108, from 9 a.m. to noon. Organizing the event is Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department.
Speakers’ topics will include:
•Managing pollinators on a cranberry marsh.
•Building a pollinator community.
•Locating funding to help pollinators on your property.
•Incorporating bees into a science curriculum.
The event will include a release of locally raised and tagged monarch butterflies. This is a free workshop to help build pollinator communities across the state. For more information or to RSVP, call 715-369-7835 or visit www.oclw.org.