Regina Blakeslee will discuss how vegetables and pollinators thrive when vegetable gardens are abundant with beautiful flowers. This mutually beneficial relationship must be understood within the context of what goes on below the ground where billions
of microorganisms feed and care for plant roots. This presentation will cover tips on creating organic, companion planted gardens that hum with biodiversity and yield nutritious food for all.
Regina Blakeslee is a CCE Master Gardener Volunteer and beekeeper with a Horticultural Therapy Certificate from NYBG. She also holds a certificate in permaculture. Regina enjoys volunteering at community gardens including DIG Farm where she encourages others to grow food and flowers, tend bees and rediscover a closer relationship with the earth.
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Last updated October 21, 2020