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By Nancy Adamson Pollinator Conservation Specialist Xerxes Society & NRCS Native bees, wasps, flies, beetles, and many other insects keep Georgia’s forests, fields, and watersheds alive and healthy. Native bees are vital for pollination of most Georgia fruit and vegetable crops, including two of the state’s most valuable fruit, blueberries and watermelons, but also for […]

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Eugene Cooke is the founder of Grow Where You Are, a dynamic full-service social enterprise in the field of local food systems. Grow Where You Are partners with organizations and individuals to bring food abundance to communities and those who value real food, designing, installing, and maintaining multiple public and private spaces where food is […]

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Join Véronique Perrot, beekeeper of the Oakhurst Garden hives, and learn about how pollinators survive and thrive. This class is suited for the curious gardener and people who think they want to become a Beekeeper. (This workshop is a prerequisite for Beekeeping 101.) About the Instructor: For biologist Véronique Perrot, every garden is a laboratory. […]

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