Growing for Biodiversity Workshop Series
Posted in Connect on August 30, 2019.
Mayo County Council Heritage Office is presenting a series of workshops on
Growing Plant Stocks for Biodiversity.
The four workshops in the Series include:
- Summer Propagation: Softwood and Greenwood Cuttings (4th September, Ballinrobe, 5.30pm-7.30pm)
- Wildflower Seed Collection and Saving (7th September, Cong, 10am-1pm)
- Pollinator-friendly Planting in Challenging Spaces (21st September, Kilmaine, 10am-1pm)
- Hedgerows and Winter Propagation (19th October, Ballinrobe, 10am-1pm)
These workshops, presented in association with Frogswell Nursery, will provide community groups and TidyTowns committees with the propagation skills to build up their owns stocks of plants to provide food for wild pollinators and managed honeybees.
Workshops are free but booking is essential, as places are limited.
An action of the County Mayo Heritage Plan
Supported by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht under the National Biodiversity Plan 2017-2021
Brochure: Growing for Biodiversity brochure
Tags: Growing Biodiversity, Mayo, Workshops