Join Board Members and Volunteers from the Barrington Land Conservation Trust on Tuesday, May 23 at 1 pm at the Barrington Public Library to learn more about the Pollinator Pathway Project here in town and explore ways that you can play an active part in helping to promote the success of the initiative at home and in the community.
Focusing on a foundation of adding native pollinator-friendly host plants to your yard and building from there, presenters will discuss all of the interconnected ways that managing your property with pollinators, sustainability, resiliency, the environment, and wildlife in mind can have profound positive impacts on enhancing conservation efforts and bolstering biodiversity.
The program will combine presentation and discussion and will feature practical examples of immediate steps residents can take to build more resilient landscapes and join neighbors working to seed change through the Pollinator Pathway effort.
Free and open to all. Registration through the Barrington Public Library is required with in-person and Zoom (online) options available!
Before the presentation, seniors 60-years-of-age and older are invited to go down to the Peck Center for lunch at 11:45 am. Lunch can be enjoyed for a suggested donation of $3. Please call 401-247-1926 x201 to reserve your seat for lunch at least 24 hours before.