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Pollinator Gardens

Date(s): 
3/20/2021 3/20/2021
Time(s): 
09:00 am - 3:00 PM
Description: 
Pollinator populations are in decline, but you and your students can take actions to help them. By planting a native pollinator garden at your school, you can provide food and shelter for pollinators and a place of learning for students of all ages. We will discuss what makes a successful pollinator garden and how to maintain it. Connections to learning standards will also be provided. We will show you how to apply for an Illinois Schoolyard Habitat Action Grant to help fund your project, too. This workshop is targeted to educators of grades prekindergarten through 12. Supplemental resources will be provided. Professional Development Hours are available. This workshop is part of the ENTICE (Environment and Nature Training Institute for Conservation Education) program from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
For more information: 
Event Type: 
Educator Workshop
DNR Region(s): 
Statewide
Location: 
Chicago Botanic Garden
DNR Park: 
 
Address: 
1000 Lake Cook Rd
City, State ZIP: 
Glencoe IL 60022
Contact person/email: 
Valerie Keener / valerie.keener@illinois.gov
Phone/Fax: 
217-524-4126 /  
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