Save the 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. 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.

Building your own pollinator garden is rewarding and fun. Watching bees buzz and land amid your plantings provide a tremendous sense of pride.

Come learn from a Master Gardener how to create a pollinator garden. From design to execution, a few simple steps will ensure your success.

This program will be delivered by members of the Town of Clinton's Conservation Commission and the Beautification Committee. These organizations are working to make Clinton a more beautiful and sustainable place to live and work.


No registration.

Drop-in friendly.