BEMIDJI, Minn. (April 12, 2012) — Bemidji State University will host its monthly Traditional Skills Workshop on Thursday, April 19, with a look at the many benefits of mainaining healthy houseplants.
Led by Erika Bailey-Johnson, sustainability coordinator at Bemidji State, participants in the workshop will learn about several different varieties of houseplants, particularly those that are low-maintenance, and learn the positive effect healthy plans can have on indoor air quality. Workshop participants also will learn how to properly re-pot a plant, and will be able to take their plant home with them.
The workshop will be held Tuesday from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Sustainability Office on the BSU campus.
The workshop carries a $7 fee for non-students; BSU students can participate free with a valid ID. Payment can be made on the day of the workshop.
As space is limited, interested participants are encouraged to register in advance, either in person at the University’s Sustainability Office, located in the lower Hobson Memorial Union, or by contacting Erika Bailey-Johnson, Bemidji State University sustainability coordinator, at (218) 755-2560.