Kids' STEM program: The Life Cycle of Pollinators

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Program Type:

Make and Take, Lecture Series

Age Group:

Children, Tweens, Teens
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Program Description

Make and Take

A craft program with projects to take home.

Event Details

Join us as we partner with Dr. Michelle Norberto-Whipple from Illinois 4H for an exciting program all about the life cycle of pollinators! 

Pollinators play an essential role in our ecosystems. They are responsible for pollinating plants - about 35% of the world's food crops depend on bees and other animals (like butterflies, birds, bats, and beetles) to pollinate them. In this program, you'll learn all about the life cycle of pollinators and leave with your own mini garden of milkweed seeds to start a pollinator garden of your very own at home!