“Beyond Beneficial: Bees and Wasps” will be presented Sept. 21 at the Waynesville Library Auditorium. A special program, “Beyond Beneficial: Bees and Wasps,” will be presented from 10 a.m. – noon Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Waynesville Library Auditorium. Attendees will learn about the many different species of bees and wasps that provide beneficial and indispensable services to the world around us. From pollination to pest control, to increasing the genetic diversity and overall health of your garden and the environment, bees and wasps are indispensable cogs of the ecosystem. The program will be presented by Brannen Basham and Jill Jacobs, owners of Spriggly’s Beescaping, a nature education business dedicated to increasing environmental awareness. With a special focus on the bees native to North America, Spriggly’s works to increase appreciation for beneficial insects, habitat restoration and the wonderful world around us. No registration is required. The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. The Waynesville Library Auditorium is at 678 S. Haywood St. For information, email Kathy Olsen, Adult Library Services at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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