Managing for Pollinators & Native Species – June 13

— Written By Bill Skelton
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As part of the Woman Owning Woodlands series there will be a special program on pollinators and native species on Thursday, June 13th. The presentation will be held at the Mountain Research Station on Raccoon Road directly across from the Haywood Extension Center. Topics include the importance of pollinators & native species, creating pollinator habitat, invasive plant removal and technical assistance programs. Interested persons should register by June 7th. Registration is $10 which includes lunch and materials. Come join land management professionals and other female landowners to learn about these important topics. For more information and registration go to Women Owning Woodlands.