Admiring seedlings at a PlantingSeeds B&B Highway site.

PlantingSeeds Projects: Workshop

Duration: 2 hours
4 June 2022, 11am – 1pm Museums Discovery Centre Book Tickets

The Museums Discovery Centre is partnering with PlantingSeeds Projects to host a fun and informative day focused on improving the biodiversity in our cities to help bees, butterflies, birds, and other pollinators.

PlantingSeeds launched its B&B Highway project in 2019 and will have established ‘B&Bs’ – Bed and Breakfasts for Birds, Bees and Biodiversity – in over 100 schools by year-end.

Program of events

11am: All about Birds

PlantingSeeds founder and chief executive Dr Judy Friedlander will talk about the educational and practical urban biodiversity initiative, the B&B Highway, and local native endangered birds and how you can help them in your home garden and suburb.

12pm: Bees and Bed and Breakfasts (Plants) for Pollinators

PlantingSeeds education manager Nicole Lewis will present a fascinating and informative presentation on native plants for biodiversity.

Meliponist and entomologist Amelie Vanderstock will talk about a real buzz topic – bees, bugs and other invertebrates that pollinate.

This series of family-friendly talks and demonstrations is suitable for all ages. It is a free event, but bookings are recommended as places are limited.

Find more information about the measures we’ve put in place to keep everyone safe.



Free, but bookings are essential as places are limited.

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