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In this class, you will learn about the diversity of pollinators that live in Utah and why they are so important. You'll learn about the conservation status of these essential animals and what you can do to protect them and provide habitat for them in your own yards and our collective open spaces. You'll learn about the types of plants that serve as food resources for pollinators and the specific habitat components that help them produce young and survive through winter. On the last day of class, you'll construct nest boxes for Utah's native bees that you can take home and install in your own yard or nearby open space.
Class Sections For Pollinators and Their Habitat (LLHG 923)
Fall 2021 Section 1, Starting on: 10/14/2021
This class takes place online (10/14 and 10/21) and in person (10/28) at the Continuing Education and Community Engagement building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC). Special fee is for materials to make a nesting box. Class is limited to 12.