Looking out for the Little Guy - The Importance of Conserving Insects
January 17, 2022
07:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Take a deep dive into Londons lesser-known bugs!I
At present, the context of insects for pollinator gardens is an important area of knowledge that often goes overlooked! Pollinator gardens are often seen within the domain of plants, with the central focus of activities being on the plants themselves, and not the pollinators.
Join us and Shelby Paxton for this talk, where you will learn about some of Londons lesser-known insects and how they relate to our current ecosystem, how you can ensure their growth and success, and why you should want them in your garden!
Registration is required and FREE for all wishing to expand their mind!
About the Speaker
Shelby Paxton is a student at the University of Waterloo studying environmental resources and sustainability with a minor in biology. She has extensive knowledge and experience discussing local invertebrates with the public.
About Pollinator Pathways Project
We are a local, volunteer-run community group located in London, Ontario. Our Mission is to promote London as a pollinator sanctuary and help provide everyone with the resources and knowledge to create their own garden.