OTTAWA – The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) will be continuing its popular gardening program series with three new programs later this summer.
The series runs on select Wednesdays in August.
Learn how to create a wildlife-friendly garden with Gardening with Wildlife, presented by Rebecca Last on Wednesday, Aug. 12 at noon.
Join Ron St. Louis of Capital Bees to learn the essential facts about bees, beekeeping and harvesting honey with Beekeeping Basics on Wednesday, Aug. 19 at noon.
Join Kira Burger to learn about native and non-native pollinators, as well as garden design, plant selection and garden maintenance practices to attract and support them with Pollinator-friendly Gardens on Wednesday, Aug. 26 a noon.
“Anyone interested in learning more about gardening is welcome to attend,” the OPL released in a statement. “All these events are free and will take place online. Registration through the OPL website is required.”