Rescheduled for Wednesday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m. Join the Chocorua Lake Conservancy at the Cook Memorial Library for “Native Pollinators, Habitat, and NRCS Programs” with Debra Marnich, Soil Scientist for the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Marnich will explore the importance of native pollinators in our food system in addition to nonnative, European kept bees, the decline of native pollinators, how to create habitat for native pollinators, nesting sites for native pollinators, seasonal food sources for native pollinators, and how to use NRCS Programs to support native pollinators. We will take a journey from season to season and focus largely on how to imitate Mother Nature while discussing the above topics.
The presentation will be preceded by a brief showing of the “In Winter” Crankie, a community art project celebrating winter ecology.
More info: www.chocorualake.org or call 603-323-6252.