Visit beautiful Mt. Greylock and hear scientist, educator and landscape expert Margery Winters explain how you can help biodiversity with the shrubs and trees in your back yard!
Wednesday August 14, 2019
6:00 PM free lecture
7:00 PM optional dinner (fixed price, one seating, reservations required)
Drinks and snacks also available
Bascom Lodge – Top of Mt. Greylock in Adams, MA
http://www.bascomlodge.net/ – use website for directions
Beyond Flower Gardens: Native Woody Plants in a Pollinator Garden
Native shrubs and trees are important, but often overlooked, nectar & pollen sources in a pollinator garden. Learn why these plants provide even more.
Margery Winters – Assistant Director of Roaring Brook Nature Center – Canton, CT
Margery Winters is a scientist and educator Assistant Director at Roaring Brook Nature Center and has been managing the Nature Center’s gardens since 2001. Margery served as Chairman of the Federated Garden Club of Connecticut Landscape Design Study Program and is a Master Landscape Design Consultant.
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Hope you can attend!