The SDSU Extension Master Gardener Program will be hosting a “Gardening for Monarchs” presentation on March 8 at 7 p.m. CT.
Focusing on the important factors for pollinator habitat, this presentation provides an overview of what to consider when planning a garden for monarchs and other pollinators.
- Katie-Lyn Bunney: Katie-Lyn Bunney is the Education Coordinator for the Monarch Joint Venture, a non-profit working to conserve monarch butterflies and their migration through partnership, habitat, science and education. Katie-Lyn coordinates MJV’s education and outreach programs, which include professional development programs for teachers and educators, local programming, and the MJV/NCTC Conservation Webinar Series. She also works to connect partners and the public to the resources they need for monarch conservation and education.
Register by using the registration form below before March 8 in order to receive the information to join. If you have questions, please contact Aimee Ladonski, SDSU Extension Volunteer Development Field Specialist for more information.