We'll not only be providing a pollen and nectar source for millions of bees, but we will also be demonstrating the beauty and value of pollinator gardens," says Melissa Borel, program manager for the California Center for Urban Horticulture, which coordinated the competition.
What does CCUH stand for?
CCUH stands for California Center for Urban Horticulture
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In addition to Borel and Kimsey, the panel of judges included: David Fujino, executive director, California Center for Urban Horticulture at UC Davis; Aaron Majors, construction department manager, Cagwin & Dorward Landscape Contractors, based in Novato; Diane McIntyre, senior public relations manager, Haagen-Dazs ice cream; Heath Schenker, professor of environmental design, UC Davis; Jacob Voit, sustainability manager and construction project manager, Cagwin and Dorward Landscape Contractors; and Kathy Keatley Garvey, communications specialist, UC Davis Department of Entomology.