What’s the Buzz? Planting for People and Pollinators

Date: April 13, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Virtual Meeting and in-person at Seward Co-op (Friendship location)
Teacher Name and Titles: LuAnn Raadt
Raadt, LuAnn

It’s time to plant!  This year add to your pots and landscaping some easily grown medicinal plants that are also wonderful sources of food for our native pollinators.  Our population of pollinating insects is rapidly declining for a variety of reasons.  Become part of the solution by including pollinator friendly plants in 2022.  Your garden can be not only medicinal, but also bee-utiful!

About  LuAnn Raadt:  She was raised on a farm in southern Minnesota, grew up with a love of plants and growing things. She now happily gathers many of the “weeds” her family once tried to eradicate and uses them in remedies for common physical ailments and imbalances. Trained under Lise Wolff and other local herbalists, this farmer’s daughter particularly enjoys identifying plants, learning their botanical markers, and growing a variety of medicinal herbs that are not readily available or are considered at-risk in the wild. She is also passionate about introducing others to the fascinating world of herbal remedies and teas and teaching them how to make and use remedies for themselves.