RYE — Now's a great time to plan your pollinator patch or garden. “Pollinator Plants and Gardening Tips” will be discussed on Thurs., February 20 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Rye Junior High School, 501 Washington Road.
Whether you want to create a small pollinator patch or a larger garden, learn about Native plants that attract pollinators; Sustainable, nature-driven gardening tips; and ways to transition unused lawns into gardens for ALL inhabitants to enjoy.
Join Molly Janicki, certified horticulturist and gardening professional, for this educational talk, hosted by the Rye Conservation Commission and Pollinator Pathways NH. Registration is not required. Snow date is Mon., February 24.
Pollinator Pathways NH is a cross-town effort to connect pollinator species with the habitat they need to survive. This natural habitat attracts birds and other wildlife as well and supports biodiversity. More than 250 properties and seven conservation commissions -- Chester, East Kingston, Kingston, Newmarket, Newton, Raymond, and Rye -- support the effort.
For more information or to register, contact Marghi Bean at PollinatorPathwaysNH@gmail.com or 603-642-8380.