Announcing Gardening for Pollinators with Aoife Munn on 20 March

Aoife Munn

Sustainable Skerries Presents: Gardening for Pollinators, an online talk with Aoife Munn, horticulturalist and sustainability expert

  • Sat 20 March 2021, starting 4 p.m. sharp (Zoom opens at about 3.50 p.m.)
  • A one-hour talk followed by time for questions and answers
  • Attend on Zoom and book via Eventbrite
  • Limited to 50 attendees!

How can we make our garden more bee-friendly? That’s a question many have asked us recently. Surely the longer brighter days play a part in that! 

We are delighted that we have managed to arrange a talk with just the person to answer your questions: Aoife Munn, who has made quite a name for herself as horticulturalist and sustainability expert. 

Her gardening courses with Fingal, Dublin City Council, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and others are usually fully booked nearly as fast as they can be put on. 

This one is for us here in Skerries, and it’s part of the Sustainable Skerries drive to make our town more pollinator friendly.

By the way, Aoife was a Tidy Towns adjudicator for a number of years, and was known for giving extra points for front gardens with pollinator-friendly flowers!

This is a free event, donations for the work of Sustainable Skerries are appreciated.

Limited capacity, book early!

Our next online gardening course will be held as part of the Sustainable Skerries Food Festival: “Food Gardening with Klaus Laitenberger,” on the morning of Sunday 25 April 2021 – subscribe to our newsletter if you haven’t already, and you’ll know when booking opens just after Easter.

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