Date(s) - 03/09/2018
8:00 am-4:30 pm
McKenna Events Center
The Comal Master Gardeners and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present their 7th Annual Spring Seminar featuring “SECRETS IN THE GARDEN: Native Plants and Their Pollinators”. Registration is $55 which includes lunch, snacks, and seminar bag.
Dr Ben Hutchins, Invertebrate Biologist, Nongame and Rare Species Program, Texas Parks and Wildlife will speak on the native pollinators of Texas; Cathy Downs, Monarch Watch Conservation Specialist will cover the Monarch butterfly as a model for pollinator habitat; Craig Hensley, Park Interpreter/Naturalist at Guadalupe River State Park will address the native plants for native pollinators; Nyta Brown, Superintendent and Wildlife Biologist for Old Tunnel State Park will discuss the bats of Old Tunnel Park and the part they play in pollination. Seating is limited so register early to save your place.
Registration forms are available at https://txmg.org/comal/events/seminar.
For additional information, call 830-620-3440.