Tracy Lansdell has been running native bee educational talks, workshops and primary school sessions in the South West, Great Southern and Wheatbelt region over the last six years.
As a keen gardener, she has been tailoring her own garden to attract and care for a great variety of native bees by planting a diverse range of flowering plants, creating ‘insectary areas’ and building many bee hotels.
Tracy is passionate to share her knowledge and hands-on experience with the community to improve the health of backyard biodiversity, insect ecology and native bee populations.
Come in to the Museum for a free workshop on the January the 30th 2019 to participate. The session runs from 10:30am to 12pm.
Bookings are essential. Please call 9792 7284 to book.
Ages 8+ only.