Learn approaches for creating bee friendly habitats that are supportive, while also creating abundance for people. Topics to be discussed: Pollinator gardens, Native/wild habitat preservation, planning for spring to fall bloom cycles, watering holes for bees, low impact yardscaping, plant polycultures, and bee medicine plantings.
David Homa of Post Carbon Designs planned and implemented a permaculture demonstration garden in the back yard at The Honey Exchange. That design will be discussed and we will invite everyone back to watch the garden develop through the spring and summer of 2015.
Course fee is $20.
Call the store to sign up, or for more information: 207-773-9333.