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“Multi-functional Landscapes: Creating Beneficial, Edible, Pollinator-Friendly Habitats” is the focus of February’s Science on the Palouse presentation at Colfax Library Center on Monday, February 11 from 5-6 p.m. Presenter Emily Pickron, with the National Resources Conservation Service, will discuss ways to create edible landscapes that also attract pollinators.
On the 2nd Monday of each month from 5-6 p.m., Science on the Palouse explores a topic that matters to our region. Sponsored by The Whitman Conservation District, these engaging conversations will enlighten you about local issues and efforts.
For more information, please contact Brian Bell, Whitman Conservation District at 288-4644 or email@example.com.