Native Plant Day On Governors Island
June 17 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm UTC+0
Join us on Governors Island for our monthly Native Plant Days, from May through October!
Curious about the relationship between native plants and pollinators? Eager to get your hands in the soil?
Come join us for a Native Plant Day on Governors Island in The Bee Conservancy’s Bee Sanctuary at the Urban Farm. Bring questions for our native plant specialist and learn about the blooms that pollinators depend on. Learn how to create healthy pollinator habitat for bees, butterflies, beetles and more. Engage in hands-on gardening activities that support these habitats. Discover the wonders of ground and cavity nesting bees, pollen and nectar sources, and the co-evolution of plants and pollinators. Leave with a packet of regional seeds of your very own!
More about this event
- The Bee Conservancy Sanctuary is located on the Urban Farm of Governors Island, check out our map for how to get there. Look for a Bee Conservancy sign!
- This is an outdoor event, please wear comfortable attire and shoes and bring a water bottle, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.
- Come ready to get your hands dirty with gardening tasks. We have gloves available if you’d like to use them. Fun Fact: there are microorganisms in the soil that can boost your immune system.