Fri, Feb 17|
Cedar Hill State Park
Campfire Talk: Plant Pollinator Friendly Gardens
Learn how to plant a garden that will attract pollinating species essential to our ecosystem with Texas Master Naturalist Caleb Hinojosa. Cost is the park entrance fee of $7.
Time & Location
Feb 17, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Cedar Hill State Park, 1570 FM1382, Cedar Hill, TX 75104, USA
About the event
From Texas Parks and Wildlife:
Come learn how to plant gardens that attract our essential pollinating species!
Pollinators play an essential role in keeping ecosystems healthy and thriving. We rely on them to help plants grow so we can prevent soil erosion, have healthy crops to eat, produce the air we need to breathe, and so much more. Join us with Texas Master Naturalist and park volunteer, Caleb Hinojos, as we take a look into pollinator gardens and the ways we can ensure the future is filled with pollinators!
When: Friday, February 17th, 2023 from 6:00pm-7:00pm
Where: Boy Scout Hill (Located in North Day Use Area)
Limited seating provided: Bring a camp chair or blanket if you have one.
Bring: Water and a snack if you need one and dress for the weather!
Cost: Free with $7 per person park entry fee or presentation of a TPWD Annual Park Pass. Children 12 and under are free to enter the park.