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Strive to restore biodiversity and nature by wooing pollinators to your site! Designs that restore nature and biodiversity entice pollinators. Landscape designs can create the ecology necessary for a diverse environment that woos pollinators, native bees, honey bees, moths and flies. Understanding the needs and symbiotic relationship between different pollinators and their preferred plants, as well as their other environmental needs, such as water and sun is essential in this effort! Join Stephanie (a certified apprentice beekeeper with the California Master Beekeeper Program) as she shares ways to attract diverse bees, spiders, and birds to your garden.
Pollinators and why we need them
Learn the value and difference between native bee and honey bees
How, and why we should design to attract pollinators
Stephanie Landregan, FASLA, is the Director for the Landscape Architecture Program and the Horticulture & Gardening Program at UCLA Extension. Her studios focus on collaboration with government agencies on providing solutions via community based design. Her areas of teaching include natural systems design, green infrastructure storm water design, community facilitation, water conservation design and installation, and pollinator design. Stephanie is Governor Jerry Brown’s landscape architect appointee to the State Mining and Geology Board, presently serving for her second 4-year term (2014-2022). She has served as a Planning Commissioner (2009-17), Historic Preservation Commissioner (2006-2009), and Design Review Board member (1996-2004), for the City of Glendale, California. In 2000, 2006, 2010 Landregan was appointed by three Speakers of the Assembly to serve on the State of California Landscape Architects Technical Committee (LATC) and served for 13 years. Stephanie was one of the founding board members of the Glendale Parks and Open Space Foundation (2010-2013) and has served on both national and international associations Executive Boards. In 2014 Stephanie was chosen as one of the first 40 women as an LA Biz Woman of Influence. In 2012, Ms. Landregan was nominated by the City of Glendale, and was selected for the Distinguished Leadership Award, Citizen Planner by the APA-Los Angeles area. Ms. Landregan is a registered licensed landscape architect in the State of California, #4093 and also a LEED Accredited Professional BD+C. Stephanie received her Masters of Science in Project Management from UW Platteville in 2021. In May of 2021, Stephanie became a certified apprentice beekeeper with the California Master Beekeeper Program.