Natural Landscaping for a Better Yard | Local News
KINGSTON – Pollinator Pathways NH is thinking of springtime by hosting a program from Vicki J. Brown, Pollinator Pathways NH Founder, NH Natural Resources Steward, and Speaking for Wildlife Volunteer.
Vicki has introduced this program for us before, but every year the conversation grows and evolves in wonderful new ways, inspiring us with ideas for increasing biodiversity in our farms.
We share our yards with many species of wildlife, and a lot can be done to help these independent ecosystems based on the landscaping practices we choose. No matter how big or small, how rural or urban, we can provide critical habitat for birds, bees and other wildlife.
Everyone is invited to participate via Zoom on Tuesday, February 16 at 5:00 p.m. Throughout the year, participants learn more ways to attract and maintain pollinators, feed and protect birds, and enable pollinators to survive the winter.
This program is sponsored by Speaking for Wildlife, a volunteer project run by UNH Cooperative Extension and NH Fish and Game. The online workshop is free and is made available to you by Pollinator Pathways NH in association with the Kingston Community Library.
Register on the KCL website or by following the link to the PPNH event at www.facebook.com/pollinatorpathwaysnh.