What’s New

Britain’s doing it. Norway’s doing it. The U.S.A is doing it. Vancouver’s doing it. Kelowna can do it too and it begins right here with you!

Bee streets, pollinator pathways, and sweet nectar trails are being planted by concerned citizens across the planet, but Kelowna doesn’t have one – yet!  However, that is about to change.  The UBC art project, Border Free Bees, is inviting people who live in the lower Mission neighbour of Kelowna to join The Kelowna Nectar Trail Project. All it takes is one square meter of land, a handful of seeds, and a little love for plants and pollinators. AND to help people who want to save the bees, Nectar Trail “wannabees” and anyone else in the community are invited to attend the following free workshops as part of The Kelowna Nectar Trail Sessions.

Growing Water-wise Plants for Pollinators in the Okanagan
Saturday March 4th, 10am-12pm
Eva Antonijevic (Okanagan Xeriscape Association)
Okanagan Regional Library Mission Branch, 4105 Gordon Drive, Kelowna BC
Register at https://growingwaterwiseplants.eventbrite.ca

4 thoughts on “What’s New

  1. This is a most refreshing approach to a difficult issue. Please remain and fortify your organization. Connect with similar movements which are emerging albeit with less of an inclusive artistic bent and flourish!
    Bravo.

  2. BeeWorkers!
    The Pollinating lectures and workshops over these last months have been enriching and wonderfully educational! I am excited about the upcoming exhibit & participating in the pollinator research with the Insight database!
    Kelly
    Citizen-Bee-Scientist

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