Jovis Shoemaker

Pine Lake State Park Interpreter Jovis Shoemaker creates a bee house by stacking hollowed-out elderberry stalks into a box created from cut-up park signs on Friday afternoon. Shoemaker is offering a series of free interpretive sessions this summer, many of which are held at Pine Lake State Park. They’re available to and appropriate for all ages.

If you plan it they will come. Right?

That’s what Pine Lake State Park Interpreter Jovis Shoemaker is hoping with the educational sessions he has planned throughout this month. Word about the sessions has been slow to spread, but Shoemaker is persevering nonetheless.

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