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Bees, Trees, and Clean Water - Lynchburg

Saturday, March 24, 2018
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Monroe Community Center
129 Francis Avenue
Monroe, VA 24574

Registration Required

This workshop will provide you with information about creating habitat for critters, protecting water quality, and beautifying your property with native plants and trees. Speakers will cover topics including:

  • how to practice money-saving, stream-friendly lawn care,
  • selecting native plants that bring birds into your yard,
  • identifying beneficial insects and bees,
  • creating landscapes that attract and support bees and other pollinators.

Click here for the agenda.

This program costs $10 per participant to cover the cost of a light breakfast and lunch. Participants will also receive the Virginia Department of Forestry Tree ID booklet, the Piedmont Native Plants: A Guide to Landscaping with Native Plants, and native plant seed packets.

Questions? Contact Robert Jennings at

This event is co-hosted by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Robert E. Lee Soil and Water Conservation District.