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Leafcutter bee on dwarf wild indigo. Photo by Debbie Roos.

As an Agriculture Agent with the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Chatham County Center, I do educational programs on pollinator conservation through a variety of delivery methods: workshops and presentations (both in person and via webinar), tours of my demonstration garden in Pittsboro, my Growing Small Farms website, and social media.

If you have attended/participated in any of these programs over the years, I would love to hear from you! I have developed a short survey to measure the impacts of these programs and help me determine what needs to be tweaked and where I should focus my efforts. I am asking for a few minutes of your time to complete this survey. It would mean a lot to me to hear from you.

Click here to complete the on-line survey. Thanks in advance for your feedback and support!

Visit the pollinator garden website for lots of resources on pollinators and planting pollinator habitat.

Pollinator garden bed

Pollinator garden bed. Photo by Debbie Roos.