Have you heard about “No Mow May?” It’s the relatively new and simple practice of providing resources for pollinators, particularly during the early spring foraging season. Its purpose is to save millions of honeybees and other pollinators through the growth of natural wildflowers. Learn more about this community science initiative, find possible alternatives to improve our bee population, and offer input at a public program with the Granby Conservation Commission. For additional information, read the article submitted by the Conservation Committee in the May issue of the Granby Drummer.
Register HERE. Then look for a confirmation email from Engaged Patrons. Additional information and program changes may be communicated to you in this email. If your security settings are strong the email may be found in your Spam/Junk folder.
Sponsored by Granby Public Library and Granby Conservation Commission.