Greenfield Conservation Commission hosting Pollinator Pathway meeting

Published: 01-20-2023 1:23 PM

GREENFIELDConservation Commission hosting pollinator pathway meeting

The Greenfield Conservation Commission will host a meeting for all gardeners interested in protecting pollinators such as bees and butterflies Saturday,  Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. at the library in the Wensberg Room of Stephenson Memorial Library, 761 Forest Road.

Ruth Droescher, an advanced master gardener and University of New Hampshire speaker, will talk about the importance of gardens for pollinators and will discuss some of the plants that will help them the most. This meeting is for all those interested in starting a pollinator garden in the spring of 2023.

The meeting will allow gardeners to get to know each other and answer any questions about the Pollinator Pathway, pollinators in general and the plants they need to survive. Each gardener who is willing to plant a pollinator garden will earn a free sign with the Pollinator Pathway logo on it to identify the garden on Greenfield’s part of the Pollinator Pathway.

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