Saturday, September 29 - 9 am to 12 noon
Here at Ignatius Jesuit Centre we love our bees, butterflies, flies, and beetles that do the very important work of pollinating our farm crops, community gardens, and flowering plants on the property. Eighty percent of flowering plants require pollinators, and the value of pollinators cannot be understated; pollinator species are in decline worldwide, and one of the factors contributing to this decline is habitat loss.
To help combat this habitat loss, and to show our awareness and appreciation for our pollinator species, the land crew is excited to announce that this fall, in collaboration with
, we will be planting a 1500 square foot demonstration pollinator garden next to Loyola House.