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Naturalist: Bugs, bats and beetles are good for gardens
Karin Hicks to discuss beneficial insects at plant society meeting Aug. 9
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Naturalist Karin Hicks will present the program “Pollinators and Beneficial Insects — Their Relationship to Native Plants” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9, at First Presbyterian Church in Gainesville.

Redbud Project chapter meeting

When: 6 p.m. reception, 7 p.m. program Tuesday, Aug. 9

Where: First Presbyterian Church, 800 S. Enota Drive NE, Gainesville

Cost: Free

More info: redbudproject@gmail.com

For gardeners interested in pollinators and native plants, the Redbud Project Chapter of the Georgia Native Plant Society has the meeting for you to attend.

Naturalist Karin Hicks will present the program “Pollinators and Beneficial Insects — Their Relationship to Native Plants” at its Tuesday, Aug. 9, meeting. Hicks will explain why the more insects such as bugs, bats, beetles and birds are better for your garden.

The program will begin at 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 800 S. Enota Drive NE, Gainesville.

Prior to the program, a reception at 6 p.m. will honor conservation biologist Linda Chafin. She will sign her book “Field Guide to Wildflowers of Georgia and Surrounding States,” which was released by University of Georgia Press.

For more information, email redbudproject@gmail.com.

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