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Here is Margriet  showing crowd of 40 people at Amsterdam Nursery how to clean their harvested cocoons.  This young lass is particularly interested in the process. 

  On lookers are keen to see the process too.

 

There is always lots of interest in mason bee workshops.  People are keen to learn about this beneficial critter. 

Workshops and seminars are such a fun way to learn.

 Here I am doing a show-and tell of how to set up mason bee houses and how to protect mason bee homes from those tiny pesky parasitic wasps.

At Amsterdam Nursery, Pitt Meadows, BC,  their heated greenhouse makes a fine ‘room’ for workshops.

It is always fun to share information with gardeners who have just started  or have managed mason bees for several years.

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