Date & Time: 
Tuesday, June 7, 2022 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Waunona Park
5323 Raywood Road
Madison, WI

Join Rooted and Good Oak Ecological Services to learn about pollinators in and out of the vegetable garden in this free workshop! Raluca Allen will share how to provide beneficial habitat for pollinators within a vegetable garden, along with how to garden specifically for pollinators. Representatives from the Bridge-Lakepoint-Waunona community garden will also share a little about their garden and what they have done to increase pollinator habitat.

No equipment is needed. Children ages 5 and older are welcome to attend with an accompanying adult. This free event takes place at the community garden in Waunona Park, 5323 Raywood Road.

Advanced registration is required. Register ONLINE or by calling (608) 266-4711

Rooted supports Community Gardens around the City of Madison and has coordinated with Madison Parks to find instructors to lead this and other Learning Series events this summer. Instructor Raluca Allen is a sustainable landscaping manager with Good Oak Ecological Services.

Thanks to the Madison Parks Foundation, the Learning Series features free educational events, hands-on workshops, and informational stories about projects, people, activities, and initiatives,

Event Cost: Free
Registration Details: Advanced registration is required.
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Pre-Registration?: Yes
American Sign Language (ASL) Provided?: No
Event Website: Madison Parks Events

Last Updated : 05/25/2022
Agency: Parks
Tags: Learn to