Saturday, October 01, 2022

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Tips From A Master Gardener On How To Save Bees, Butterflies

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Pollinator gardens are a key factor in preserving our very important pollinators. Endangered due to habitat destruction and chemicals, bees and butterflies are essential to all of our well-being. Photo courtesy of the Henry Carter Hull Library

Pollinator gardens are a key factor in preserving our very important pollinators. Endangered due to habitat destruction and chemicals, bees and butterflies are essential to all of our well-being. (Photo courtesy of the Henry Carter Hull Library)

Save the Bees & Butterflies: Tips from a Master Gardener will be offered on Saturday, July 16 from 11 a.m. to noon at the Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton.

The event is free and no registration is required. The event is designed for adults and older children.

Pollinator gardens are a key factor in preserving our very important pollinators. Endangered due to habitat destruction and chemicals, bees and butterflies are essential to all of our well-being. The Pollinator Pathway program is a national effort to rebuild gardens with the right plants and flowers and then connect them so that they are within a few hundred yards of each other.

In this presentation, a master gardener will discuss how to create a pollinator garden from design to execution.


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