University of Missouri - Spring Butterfly and Pollinator Garden Program
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Spring Butterfly and Pollinator Garden Program THEODOSIA, Mo.
The University of Missouri Extension of Ozark County is hosting a Spring Butterfly and Pollinator Garden Program at Lutie School/Memorial Trail in
Theodosia, MO on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 starting at 4PM to dusk. This program is intended for anyone who is interested in learning about how to create a garden
that will attract Monarchs, native butterflies and moths. Admission to this event is FREE and open to the public. Ozark Soul Native Plants and Ozark Mountain Honey will have booths set up where guests can shop for native
wildflowers, plants and local honey. The Featured speaker will be Kelly McGowan, UM Horticulture Specialist, she will give a presentation about â€œNative Butterflies
and Moths of Missouriâ€ at 5PM. Humans and wildlife rely on insect pollinators for production of two-thirds the worldâ€™s fruits, vegetables and fiber. Kelly McGowan stated that â€œMissouri is home to many beautiful native moths and butterflies and is also a part of the monarch migratory path.â€ Explore the successful butterfly garden at the Lutie Memorial Trail created by the Ozark Heritage Garden Club. Tour the Lutie School Monarch Demonstration Garden where Kathalee Cole and Lutie students will learn about the importance of these pollinators, characteristics of their lifecycles and report their progress to the North American Monarch Migration mapping system(s).
Discover how your gardening practices could help protect and attract these beautiful
creatures at the Spring Butterfly and Pollinator Garden Program at Lutie School/Memorial Trail in Theodosia, MO on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 starting at 4PM to dusk. This event is free but, cash will be required to purchase items from vendors and donations will be accepted.
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