Pollinator Garden Kits SOLD OUT!

 We will have select pollinator plants available for sale at Green Bay Garden Blitz this week and at Wild Birds Unlimited on May 21

 

The Green Bay chapter of Wild Ones is offering pollinator garden kits for sale to make it easy turn your yard into a pollinator haven for pollinators. 

 

Kits are available with plants in 2 1/2 inch pots for sunny and shady conditions and 3 different sizes to fit any yard.  Prices are from $18-70 and come with a professionally designed garden plan. 

Kits are available this year in two locations. We have partnered with New Leaf Foods to make them easy to order and pick up. Kits are available to preorder now and pick up at the Garden Blitz on May 13-15 located at 23 Elkay Lane, Green Bay just off of Bellevue St.


You can also purchase kits at Wild Birds Unlimited at 2285 S Oneida St. Green Bay on May 25 from 10:00 to 4:00. Many thanks to Wild Birds Unlimited for hosting us again this year! 

Questions? Contact Nancy Kusch at kuschnancy@gmail.com or kimdiaz@gmail.com.

 

Pollinators - The Key to Our Future. Part 2


February 9, 2022 6PM Part 2

This meeting will be virtual only. If you are interested in attending the zoom presentation email cckiefer@gmail.com for the zoom link and login details.

This session is a follow up to the first presentation where we discussed how we impact pollinators with our landscape decisions. We reviewed the great variety of pollinators that live all around us. In this second session we will showcase some of our beautiful local native plants and learn about how to include natives in your landscape. You are welcome to attend one or both sessions.

The speakers are Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners who are also members of Green Bay Wild Ones.

Claudia Schultz’s first career was as an Instrumental Music Education teacher in the Milwaukee Public Schools as a string teacher. Her second career was raising two children in De Pere for 18+ years.   And currently, her third career is Project Manager of the Locktender Native Garden Project.

Al Nass is a retired Hydrogeologist and Soil Scientist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Remediation & Redevelopment Program. Al is past president of the Northeast WI Master Gardeners and past Board Member of the Baird Creek Preservation Foundation.

Annette Weissbach is also a retired Hydrogeologist in the same DNR Program and a current Board member of the Northeast WI Master Gardeners.

“As gardeners and stewards of our land, we have never been so empowered to help save biodiversity from extinction.” Douglas Tallamy, “Bringing Nature Home.”

 Wild Ones Green Bay meetings are free and open to the public. You are invited to attend one or both sessions