Bonnie Zand, Entomologist

“Managing Garden Insects: Pests, Predators and Pollinators”

This will be in the form of 3 one hour sessions, each presentation building on the previous talk.

#1. It’s a bug’s life. Learning about insects, their life cycles, how to Identify them, ect.
#2. Stop that bug!. Strategies for dealing with pest insects.
#3. Yes please to the 3 Ps. Learning about beneficial insects, predators, parasitoids and pollinators.

When – Three sessions – 2nd, 9th and 16th July at 7:00 pm

Where –  Virtual meeting with Zoom

Registration is $25 for members and $35 for non-members. This workshop is now full.

About Bonnie

Bonnie has loved insects ever since she was a child, spending hours searching for bugs in logs, ponds, and flowers. That love led her to a Bsc in Biology at UVic, and a career as a Integrated Pest Management consultant. Bonnie works with commercial farmers, helping them to identify and understand their insect pests, and guiding them to more ecologically sustainable pest management practices. She also works as a contractor on various insect species at risk projects on Vancouver Island, Hornby and Denman Islands. She lives and gardens in Fanny Bay, with her family, goats, sheep, and thousands of honey bees.

Tickets for this workshop are no loner available.

Tickets are non-refundable.

At present we have reached our entry limit.