The Glacier County Conservation District will be hosting an educational event this Wednesday, the 29th, on mason bees. "Mason bee" is a name now used for species of bees known for their habit of using mud or other "masonry" products in building their nests, which are made in naturally occurring gaps, like between cracks in stones or other small dark cavities. Find out (& learn) more by stopping in at the Cut Bank Farmer's Market this Wednesday afternoon between 4, & 6. It's for both adults & children. Hope you can make a "B line" for Cut Bank, & "BEE" Wednesday afternoon.

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