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Attracting Native Bees to Your Yard (212-1600)
with Dr. Gordon Frankie, UC Berkeley

Sat, Jan 16, 10:00am--12:00pm

Learn about the often-overlooked stars of a healthy garden – the local pollinators. There are over 1,500 types of bees in California. Gordon Frankie will discuss some of the more common species, as well as the plants and gardening practices, which will encourage them to take up
residence in your garden.

Gordon Frankie is Professor of Insect Biology in the College of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley. He received his Ph.D. in entomology from UC Berkeley in 1968. His research interests are in plant reproductive biology, pollination ecology, and solitary-bee biology.

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Instructor Gordon Frankie
Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO members $25.00; nonmembers $30.00 
Notes Sat, Jan 16, 10:00am--12:00pm  
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