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Monarchs, skippers, clearwings, admirals, a question mark, and other Lepidoptera thrived in the warm, dry summer. (Check out the pictures at those links).
Join Master Gardener Laurie Collins as she shares the latest information about attracting pollinators, including butterflies to your landscape.
Laurie has been working for the last two years with the Haagen Dazs funded pollinator research project at Penn State, establishing our own pollinator friendly garden and collecting data for use in analyzing bee and butterfly populations.
Contact Penn State Cooperative Extension of Franklin County at 717.263.9226 to register, or click on the brochure at the beginning and print out the form and send it to us at 181 Franklin Farm Lane, Chambersburg, PA 17214.
Other winter workshops include: Winter Sowing, Indoor Seed Starting, Proper Pruning, and Turf and its Renovation. Look for more information in the coming weeks on each of the classes.