July 9th at 9am
Burlington Community Center: Room B
340 S. 14th St
Pollinator species facilitate the growth of many foods and beverages in which we depend and enjoy including apples, blueberries, chocolate, coffee, potatoes, and even tequila. Recently, pollinator species populations have been in a drastic decline. Plots of beneficial pollinator plants can be established to promote increases in pollinator species, but they also create great habitat for pheasants and other upland birds.
Please join us on July 9th, 2012 for a talk about the pollinator species and how management to benefit pollinator species can also benefit other wildlife. The talk will be held at the Burlington Community Center: Room B at 9am. Refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP by July 6th if you plan on attending.
To RSVP or for any questions, please contact Shannon Bowling, Farm Bill Wildlife Biologists, Pheasants Forever/NRCS/CO Parks and Wildlife at (719) 251-5897 or firstname.lastname@example.org.