Bee a Pollinator Pal!

Program Description: Pollinators are animals that help flowering plants produce seeds. With staff from the Columbia Land Conservancy, we will explore which pollinators live on the library grounds, using nets and hand lenses. We will learn about why pollinators are in decline and plant a seed to take home to help them.

Date/Time: Thursday, July 29,
10am – 11am (session one) and
12pm – 1pm (session two)

Space is limited for this program which will be offered in two sessions. To register for one of the sessions, email or call 518-828-1792 x101

This program is a Library of Local event, presented in collaboration with the Columbia Land Conservancy.