Pollinator-Friendly Fall Cleanups: Preserving Pollinator Pathway Habitat and Bio
Thursday, September 19, 2019 • 7:00pm–8:30pm
Kingston Community Library, 2 Library Lane
Kingston, NH 03848
About the Event
Preserving Pollinator Pathway Habitat and Biodiversity: With a few simple changes to your landscaping approach, you can provide overwintering habitat for pollinators like our native bees. And it means less work for you, too! Patty Laughlin of Lorax Landscaping discusses traditional fall landscape clean-ups and techniques for preserving garden and pollinator health for spring. Free and open to the public. This program is brought to you by Pollinator Pathways, a cross-town effort to connect pollinator species -- e.g., bees, butterflies, bats, moths -- with the habitat they need to survive. This natural habitat attracts birds and other wildlife as well and supports biodiversity.