Pollinator Power: The Amazing Diversity and Importance of Native Pollinators in TN

  • May 10, 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Zoom

Presented by Tennessee Valley Chapter of Wild Ones:

Flies? Bees? Butterflies? Ants? You might be surprised at the diversity of insects that are responsible for pollinating our beloved wildflowers and garden plants. Join Holly Taylor* for a slide presentation to learn what to look for when you are on the trails and in your own backyard, as well as how you can help them thrive!

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*About Holly Taylor:  Holly graduated with a B.S in Conservation Biology in 2009. She then spent 6 years working as a Seasonal Interpretive Ranger for Edgar Evins State Park, and two years working as a traveling wildlife presenter for the Natural History Education Company of the Mid-South. She currently works as Assistant State Naturalist for Tennessee State Parks and serves as the Chapter Coordinator for the Cumberland Mountain State Park Chapter of the Tennessee Naturalist Program. She loves exploring every corner of Tennessee, learning about the wonders of nature and sharing that sense of wonder with others. She and her husband Mark, a Park Ranger, live on a farm in middle Tennessee with a plethora of animals and their 7-year-old son, Ian, who is also a budding naturalist.

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