Interlochen’s Sustainability & Nature Lecture and Cooking Series-Native Pollinator Plants of Northern Michigan
- Dates: July 19, 2023
- Location: Interlochen Center for the Arts
- 4000 J. Maddy Pkwy
- Interlochen, MI 49643
- Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
- Price: Sustainability & Nature Lectures are $20, while our food-based programs require a $40 registration fee. All events in this series require preregistration.
All events are subject to change without notice. Please check the event website for the most updated information.
Native Pollinator Plants of Northern Michigan
Native pollinators play a critical role in the health of our wild ecosystems and local agriculture. Michigan is home to hundreds of species of bees, butterflies, moths, wasps and other insects that have co-evolved with our native plants to form the very foundation of the many diverse natural communities found throughout the state, and many of these species are currently in peril. We all can play a role in supporting native pollinators, in our yards, by choosing to garden with native plant species! In this presentation, learn about the relationships between Michigan's pollinators and our native flora, and how to turn your backyard into a beautiful and vibrant refuge for these important insects.
About the Presenter:
Garrett Noyes, along with his wife Blythe Webster, owns and operates Birdsfoot Native Nursery in South Boardman, MI. Beginning in 2018, Birdsfoot Nursery grows Michigan native wildflowers, grasses and shrubs from seed, for habitat restoration, landscape professionals and home gardeners in Northern Michigan.