The workbook includes information on pollinators, understanding the “keys to their kingdoms,” how to provide for, protect, and enhance their lives, photography tips, and much more. The step-by-step process begins with choosing a small patch to watch and document pollinator activity on a schedule you set. You’ll learn first-hand and record which nectar and pollinator plants they are using, whether you need to add more or different species. Use the Resource pages to find pollinator identification and gardening support books, internet sites, and apps. The Citizen Science section creates a record of observations you’ve uploaded and shared with pollinator programs and researchers. By the end of the season, you’ll know more about your garden and your connections to these wondrous ecosystem workhorses will deepen a few more feet.
Here’s what’s inside.
(Workbook is written by Katy Pye and published by Pyewacky Press)
If you’d like more information, have questions, or want to place an order, fill out the form below. In your order include how many copies, your name, recipient’s name, and a shipping address. For now, payment is by check made out to: Katy Pye. Send to: Katy Pye P.O. Box 265 Mendocino, CA. 95460. NOTE: IF YOU ARE GOING TO MY EVENT AT GALLERY BOOKSHOP ON 6-19-19 (6:30-7:30 p.m.) PLEASE BUY BOOKS THAT NIGHT FROM GALLERY. SUPPORT OUR FABULOUS INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORE.
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6×9 format; Spiral-bound with clear protective front and back covers; 122 pages and full-color images throughout. Visit a few sample pages below the info/book request form.
Price: $18.00/copy. Shipped media mail within the U.S. $22.00. If you live outside the U.S. or want to order more than 5 copies, please contact me using the form below.
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