Exploring the Importance of Pollinator Pathways with local eco-friendly gardening experts Jim Sirch & Mary Ellen Lemay
A Zoom Presentation
Thursday, February 18th at 7:00 P.M.
Pollinator pathways are pesticide-free corridors of native plants that provide nutrition and habitat for bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. These pathways are crucial to biodiversity, the production of healthy crops, and the health of ecosystems that wild animals rely on for food and habitat. Most native plants require less watering and upkeep than ornamentals and the pollinators you attract will help your other garden plants and vegetables flourish as well.
Nothing is more stress-relieving than watching butterflies fluttering carelessly through our yards, drifting from here to there on a gentle breeze, occasionally stopping to display their colorful murals. Why not create an area for them to thrive? Many of us have part of our yards that are mostly unused or a patch of grass we are constantly maintaining and can never get just right. Give them back to nature.……………. ….
Join us to learn about the benefits of pollinator pathways and how you can create your own.
Please email email@example.com to register for this program. You will be sent the Zoom link several days before the presentation.