Pollinators topic of garden and yard series

PORT TOWNSEND — Eric Lee-Mäder will present “Bring Back the Pollinators: Sowing Biodiversity for Bees and Beneficial Insects” at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The webinar is part of the Jefferson County Master Gardener Foundation’s 2022 Yard and Garden lecture series.

Lee-Mäder is an author and the co-director of the pollinator program at the Xerces Society for invertebrate conservation.

Tickets are $12 at www.yardandgarden.brownpapertickets.com.

Upcoming speakers are:

• Jan. 29: Christina Pfeiffer, “What on Earth? Taking Care of Garden Soils.”

• Feb. 5: David Seabrook, “Growing Community Food System Resilience for Uncertain Times.”

• Feb. 12: James Cassidy, “Mulches and Crop Rotations.”

For more information, visit www.jcmgf.org.

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