Creating & sustaining pollinator habitat
Pollinators Prospering People is driven by a single goal; to increase sustainable pollinator habitat. A combination of education and community involvement and designing spaces that focus on the relationship between our food and pollinators, we strive to build resilient ecosystems and positively impact pollinators.
PX3 programs include workshops for all ages covering a variety of pollinator topics, including “train the trainer” opportunities. We also has the capability to run custom learning programs and workshops on a permanent basis regardless of the age, level of participants or size of the event.
Mexican Monarch Adventure
Join PX3 for this once in a lifetime unique international travel experience. Participants will venture to the Oyamel forests of central Mexico to witness the majestic wintering grounds of the Monarch butterflies (mariposa monarcha) as well as become immersed in local mexican culture. Trips are all inclusive and run on an annual basis.
- Time is TBDLocation is TBDTime is TBDLocation is TBDTime is TBDLocation is TBDThis workshop introduces the humble bumble bee. Participants will learn the bumble’s value in a human’s edibles garden and to the wild world. Maryland bumble ID will be introduced and practiced outdoors. PX3 will share the ease of attracting bumble bees with Homestead Gardens beautiful selection.
- Tue, Oct 01Virtual meeting or by phoneOct 01, 2019, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM EDTVirtual meeting or by phone
- TBDMexico City, CDMX, MexicoTBDMexico City, CDMX, Mexico
- Date is TBDParris N. Glendening Nature PreserveDate is TBDParris N. Glendening Nature Preserve, 5702 Plummer Ln, Lothian, MD 20711, USADate is TBDParris N. Glendening Nature Preserve, 5702 Plummer Ln, Lothian, MD 20711, USAJoin PX3 at beautiful Jug Bay and Parris N. Glendening Nature Preserve to count fall butterflies. No experience necessary must be 16 years of age, knowledgeable guides will lead each group. Time TBA, time will be between 9 am - 3 pm but mostly runs about 4 hours, weather and temperature-dependent.