Event Details
Event Type: In Person Class

May 23, 2023
5:00pm - 6:30pm
O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm Map

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Planting for Pollinators and Other Garden Friends

Would you like to see more butterflies and hummingbirds in your garden? Looking for ways to keep pests in check without chemicals? Come to this in-person workshop where we’ll practice identifying garden denizens, learn what they like and don’t, and explore how to leverage natural ecological relationships to help our gardens grow.

This class is part of our Springtime in the Garden series. We will meet at the O’Donohue Stanford Educational Farm on Stanford main campus to explore strategies for taking the best advantage of all the health benefits the garden has to offer. Each of the three classes is offered independently, so you can sign up for just the topics that pique your interest and fit into your busy schedule. Join for one or for all!

May 16: Seed Starting and Garden Planning
May 23: Planting for Pollinators and Other Garden Friends
May 30: Make Your Own Kimchi

This is an in-person class.

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Instructor: Anna Lee is a lecturer in the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability. She is a Master Composter and a Master Food Preserver for San Mateo County and holds an advanced certificate in ecological horticulture from the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems at UC Santa Cruz and an MS in agroecology from University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Class details are subject to change.