Planting for Pollinators Live Webinar

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Planting for Pollinators

Live Webinar, June 30, 2021 7PM ET

Pollinators are under a lot of pressure these days. Fortunately, our gardens can be easily (and beautifully) tailored to provide much of the habitat upon which pollinators depend—not to mention our own lives and the ecosystem as a whole! This talk will set the context and then provide the tools for you to do meaningful pollinator conservation, literally, in your own backyard!  

Join Chris Burnett, the Almanac’s Associate Digital Editor, as he sits down with Scott Beuerlein, Manager of Botanical Garden Outreach at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, to discuss tips and techniques for planting for pollinators.

 Attend this webinar to learn all about:

  • Who the real pollinators are and how their roles differ
  • How to best achieve a full season of pollen- and nectar-producing blooms
  • The best pollinator plants for each season
  • Ideas for including key host plants in your garden
  • How gardening for pollinators leads to fewer pests
  • Plus: Ask your own questions during the interactive Q&A

About the Presenter ​​Scott Beuerlein 

​​Scott Beuerlein works!
He is the Manager of Botanical Garden Outreach at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. He is heavily involved in running the Zoo’s Botanical Garden educational programs, various plant trialing programs, the Zoo’s Best Plants for Pollinators brand, and the Plant for Pollinators Challenge.

Scott also writes and speaks!
He has published hundreds of articles and columns in several publications. Currently, he is a Partner in the Garden Rant blogsite and posts regularly, and also authors the Deep Roots and Green Scene columns for Horticulture Magazine. 

Scott went to class!
He graduated with a BA in Communications from Xavier University. He is an ISA Certified Arborist and an ONLA Landscape Technician.

Scott has won awards!

2020: a silver medal by GardenComm and the Garden Clubs of America Club Horticulture Commendation 

2019: two gold medals by the International Association of Garden Communicators

2018: the citation Award from the Garden Clubs of Ohio and the Johnny Appleseed Award from Taking Root

2015: he was named a "One to Watch" by Cincinnati Magazine

2012: his garden received the Garden Recognition Award from the Cincinnati Horticultural Society in 2012.   



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