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Brandon Naturescape Challenge

The Brandon Enviornment Committee in partnership with Bee City Brandon is hosting a free on-line webinar "How to Naturescape Your Yard".  This summer we encourage you to post pictures of how you have incorporated nature into your yard on to our social media outlets. Look for Bee City Brandon on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. #bdnnaturescape.

 

 

 

 

Community Clean-Ups

A clean community is a healthy community. Brandon in Bloom and the Brandon Environment Committee encourages all organizations, businesses, community groups and individuals to do their part in helping to keep our city clean and green. If you would like to organize a clean-up here in the City please contact 204.729.2171 and we would be happy to supply you with bags and gloves. 

 

 Bee City Brandon

 In May of 2018 the City of Brandon was designated the first Bee City in Manitoba by Bee City Canada.

 According to Bee City Canada, a Bee City raises awareness of pollinator diversity and the benefits of using native plants in habitat restoration. Cost benefits abound in using native plants. For example, water usage is reduced and there is a plant cost advantage using perennials over annuals. Lawns cost the most to maintain. It just makes good sense to plant a pollinator garden!

A working group called Bee City Brandon aims to educate the residents of Brandon on the importance native bees play in our life. You can like and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @beecitybrandon.

 Bee City Canada offers designation programs for schools, campuses and businesses and has a variety of resources available to learn all about the bees! Get your organization involved!

Bee City Brandon has free pdf signage to put on your lawn or garden to promote bee friendly habitat. Visit their new site www.beecitybrandon.com

pdfLeave the Leaves (529KB)

pdfPollinator Friendly Habitat (584KB)

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