Early wildflowers bloom in forests before the trees leaf out and block the sunlight. They provide a burst of color and an early-spring pollen source. Join botanist Lisa Gould on a ramble to discover wildflowers blooming in the Gateway Nature Preserve. We’ll make other spring discoveries, as well!
Wear sturdy shoes and long pants to minimize contact with thorns, etc.
We will meet in the Washington Park parking lot off South Broad St. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feed your imagination at Salem Creek in the Gateway Nature Preserve!
Come enjoy stories, music, crafts, and water activities for kids and adults. You’ll be able to move from station to station, exploring at your own pace.
This event will be held from 2-4 pm, and you can come and go on your own schedule. Meet in the Washington Park parking lot. Enter at 1490 S. Broad St. and follow the signs.
Sponsored by the Gateway Nature Preserve with support from the North Carolina Association of Flood Plain Managers; the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth Center; and the N.C. Storytellers Guild and the Mama Wadi Storytellers.
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Want to get the buzz on bees? Join Gateway Nature Preserve at Colony Urban Farm, where Allison Bowling will share her knowledge about the role of bees as pollinators. You’ll learn the following and more:
- Native bee myths & facts
- Honeybees vs. native bees? History and Benefits
- Pollination statistics: Why are native bees important?
- Fundamentals of native bee habitats & life cycles
- How you can help
- Keys to success
You will also get to see a demonstration habitat, nesting materials, and cocoons!
Colony Urban Farm Store is a family-owned business that serves urban farmers, beekeepers, and others interested in pursuing sustainable food sources. Allison co-owns Colony with her husband, Josh Pietrafeso. You can learn more about Colony at www.colonyurbanfarm.com.
After the workshop, Allison and Josh are offering participants a 15% discount off a purchase of habitats, cocoons, and nesting materials and other native bee supplies.
The event will be up one flight of stairs in Colony’s meeting space on the second floor, at Colony Urban Farm, 492 West End Blvd, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 . For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.