Shannon Trimboli’s June 2021 Talks and Events


A tiger swallowtail sips nectar from a common milkweed flower. Photo credit: Shannon Trimboli

June is going to be so much fun with several talks, events, and classes coming up. If you are a member of a club or organization and are interested in having me speak at one of your meetings, please contact me or have the appropriate person contact me. I am actively scheduling talks and presentations, both virtual and in-person, for the rest of 2021 and recently scheduled my first presentation for 2022.

Calendar of talks and events

June 4: Pre-ordered delivery in Glasgow (In-person)

I offer monthly deliveries of native plants and honey in Glasgow. All deliveries are by pre-order only and are to be picked up at the designated location. Details about the next delivery and available items can be found on my deliveries and open house page.

June 5: Pre-ordered delivery in Bowling Green (In-person)

I offer biweekly deliveries of native plants and honey in Bowling Green. All deliveries are by pre-order only and are to be picked up at the designated location. Details about the next delivery and available items can be found on my deliveries and open house page.

June 9: Trees for Bees – LEAD for Pollinators Log-in To Learn webinar series (Virtual)

I am excited to participate in the LEAD for Pollinators Log-in To Learn webinar series. On June 9, 2021, I will be giving a presentation on Trees for Bees. Registration is required. Go to the LEAD for Pollinators page to register.

June 12: Webinar: Understanding Herbicide Labels (Virtual)

Most of us don’t like using herbicides any more than necessary, but when used properly they can be a valuable tool for habitat and land management. The key to properly using herbicides is understanding and following the label. My husband Anthony will be teaching this webinar to help us learn how to do just that. Registration is required. Learn more and/or register at Understanding Herbicide Labels.

June 19: Pre-ordered delivery in Bowling Green (In-person)

I offer biweekly deliveries of native plants and honey in Bowling Green. All deliveries are by pre-order only and are to be picked up at the designated location. Details about the next delivery and available items can be found on my deliveries and open house page.

June 20: Busy Bee Nursery Open House (In-person)

This is a by-appointment only open house. Each appointment is for 30-minutes to allow you plenty of time to shop, ask questions, etc. without having anyone else around. Details about the next delivery and available items can be found on my deliveries and open house page.

June 22: Native Plants for Attracting Butterflies- Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library (Virtual)

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library is hosting me for a virtual webinar talking about growing native plants to attract butterflies to your garden. The event is free and open to the public. Registration details can be found on the Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library’s event page.

June 23: Creating Space for Native Bees (Virtual)

Unlike honey bees which live in huge colonies that can have 30,000 – 60,000 individuals, our native bees are either solitary or live in small colonies of only a few hundred individuals. This makes them ideal for people who want to “help the bees” or increase pollination on their property, but aren’t interested in becoming a beekeeper. We’ll discuss multiple ways that you can encourage native bees and create a bee-friendly space around your home or landscape. Learn more and / or register at Creating Space for Native Bees.

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