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The Pollinator Pathway: Bee On It!

August 31 • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

A bee and a swallowtail butterfly visit a milkweed plant.

Thousands of people across the country have joined forces to create the Pollinator Pathway, a grassroots movement focused on protecting and restoring habitat for bees, birds, butterflies, moths, and other pollinating insects. Join us to learn how you can be part of this important effort to help reverse declines in bird and pollinator populations. We will discuss the threats pollinators face and some easy steps you can take to help support them in your yard and your community.

Space is limited for the programs and advance registration is required. Event fee is $5 for Conservancy members and $10 for non-members. This program is intended for ages high school – adult.

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The speaker, Louise Washer, is a member of the Delaware Highlands Conservancy Board of Directors and is a member of the Executive Board of the Pollinator Pathway, which she helped found in 2017, and which is now a network of over 350 communities across 19 states and Canada. Louise serves as a facilitator of the Pollinator Pathway Advocacy and Pesticide Policy Committee which worked to help pass the Birds & Bees Protection Act in New York last year.

Photo by Karalyn Lamb



August 31
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Delaware Highlands Conservancy
(570) 226-3164


Van Scott Nature Reserve
571 Perkins Pond Rd
Beach Lake, PA 18405 United States
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(570) 226-3164