Gardening in St. Louis: Urban Pollinator Gardens
Join us for a discussion of native plant gardening and farming in St.Louis. Panelists include:
- Nicole Miller-Struttmann is the Laurence L. Browning Jr. Professor of Biology at Webster University and an expert on pollinators, especially bumblebees.
- Drew Hundelt, Director of Urban Agriculture for Urban Harvest STL, oversees seven different farm sites.
- Colleen Autry, a Senior Estimator at DJM Ecological Services, provides ecological restoration and green infrastructure of native plant communities.
- Kyle Cheesborough, Horticulture and Site Work Manager at the St. Louis Zoo, utilizes progressive horticulture to enrich the Zoo’s landscapes.
This panel discussion is in conjunction with SLPL’s current exhibit, “The Birds & the Bees: Pollinators and Native Gardens,” on display now through August 4 at Central Library, 1301 Olive Street.
This is free and open to the public.
Wednesday, July 24 at 7:00pm
St. Louis Central Library, Auditorium
1301 Olive Street, 63103