Gardening for Pollinators and Wildlife | Neighborhood


BRENTWOOD— The Brentwood Gardeners and Pollinator Pathways NH are internet hosting a hybrid digital and in-individual Backyard garden for Pollinators and Wildlife method on Tues., March 15 at 7:00 p.m. Individuals can join by way of zoom or in individual at the Mary E. Bartlett Memorial Library in Brentwood. At this time, and subject to modify, masks are necessary for in-man or woman attendance. Remember to simply call or email with any thoughts.

Even if your yard is small or city, you can provide important habitat for birds, bees and other wildlife. Learn some very simple techniques to “bring nature home” from Vicki J. Brown, NH Natural Resources Steward and co-founder of Pollinator Pathways NH. You are going to find out how to:

• Maximize wildlife assortment, such as birds, in your property

• Reduce time put in on mowing and other yard chores and

• Lower or do away with watering.

Be sure to register for the method, which is no cost and open to the general public, with the Mary E. Bartlett Memorial Library in Brentwood contact 603-642-3355 or e mail director@brentwoodlibrarynh.org and point out if you will be attending in-man or woman or via Zoom.





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