Wednesday, June 25, 2014
The Importance of Pollinators Program in Dover
DOVER, OHIO - The public is invited to a free program at the Norma Johnson Conservation Center near Dover on July 2. At 6:30 PM, Denise Ellsworth, Director of Honey Bee and Native Pollinator Education at OSU Extension, will lead a hike to collect and examine native and non-native insects and wildflowers in the field at the end of Conservation Drive. At 8 PM, Denise will give a program on the importance of pollinators in the nearby Brandywine Center, 4950 Old Route 39 NW, Dover. The event will be held rain-or-shine and is sponsored by the East Central Ohio Forestry Association.