The term “Pollinator” has gained in popularity over the past few decades, reflecting our deepening understanding of ecosystems. However, many only associate this term with well-known pollinators like European honeybees and butterflies, overlooking the diverse nature of these essential contributors. Join presenter Samantha Nestory to learn about native pollinators and how we can support these incredible movers and shakers in our gardens and landscapes.
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Samantha Nestory, the engagement manager and naturalist at Stoneleigh: a natural garden in Villanova, drives educational initiatives, manages public events, and oversees the volunteer program. With almost four years as a horticulturist at Stoneleigh, Samantha's expertise extends to her roles at Sarver Ecological and the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. Passionate about native plants, ecological gardening, and insect conservation, she is dedicated to public education on these critical issues.