Entomology: Meet the Insect Kin

Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018

Time: 1:00PM - 3:00PM

Instructor: Frederique Lavoipierre

Location: Arroyo Room & Garden Grounds

Member: Insect Kin @ $20.00
NonmemberL Insect Kin @ $35.00
Volunteer: Insect Kin @ $15.00

Learn to recognize millipedes, centipedes, and other arthropods such as spiders, harvestmen, and the difference between sowbugs and pillbugs. What are they all doing in the Garden? Native plants for creating habitat for beneficial garden allies are discussed.

Instructor

Frederique Lavoipierre, Director of EducationFrederique Lavoipierre is the Director of Education at the Garden. In addition to teaching at the Garden, she also gives presentations on many aspects of sustainable landscaping, including ecological principles and practices, habitat gardens, beneficial insects, soil ecology, and on fresh-water ecology and aquatic invertebrates. One of her special interests is how to use the techniques of conservation biological control (CBC) to reduce pesticide use, leading to cleaner water and healthier ecosystems.

Category: 
Botany/Natural History
Creatures in the Garden
Gardening/Horticulture

Entomology for Gardeners & Botanists

Members can register for all 4 classes to receive a discount
-or- register for each class individually, see dates & class details below:

Meet the Insects of Mission Creek Part 1
2/10, 1-3pm

Meet the Insects of Mission Creek Part 2
3/17, 1-3pm

Meet the Insect Kin - Rescheduled from 1/20
4/14, 1-3pm

Meet the Native Bees
5/19, 1-3pm