Jefferson County master gardener Nita Wester will discuss native bees at a Green Thumb gardening lecture Thursday.

Jefferson County master gardener Nita Wester will discuss native bees at a Green Thumb gardening lecture Thursday.

Making gardens homes for native bees lecture set

PORT ANGELES — Nita Wester will present “Native Bees: Making Your Garden Their Home” at noon Thursday, June 11.

The lecture is part of the Green Thumb Garden Tips series streaming on Zoom Meetings.

Wester, a Jefferson County master gardener, will discuss bee species that are native to Washington state and North America.

She will discuss small changes that gardeners can make to improve habitats for native bees and other beneficial insects.

A link to Wester’s lecture is available on the county extension’s website.

For more information, call the county extension at 360-565-2679 or visit extension.wsu.edu/clallam.

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