Hudson Area Library w/ CLC Pollinator Patch & Art Walk at Greenport Conservation Area, Aug 5

The Hudson Area Library and the Columbia Land Conservancy present Pollinator Patch & Art Walk at Greenport Conservation Area, on Thursday, August 5, at 6pm.

Join Columbia Land Conservancy staff for a walk around their newly created Pollinator Patch and Art installation at
Greenport Conservation Area. We will discuss the types of flowers in the pollinator patch as well as how you at home can add plants to help out declining pollinator populations. We will then take a walk down to the “Step into Stillness” art installation by David McIntyre located along the trail. 

This program is part of the Library of Local pilot project, a new initiative from Climate Change HV and the Mid-Hudson Library System. The Library of Local initiative offers collections of essential wisdom, know-how, and tools for local self-sufficiency and community resilience. The project also provides a robust schedule of in-person and online educational events and workshops, all offered free of charge. The Library of Local theme for this year is Sow, Grow, Reap, Repeat! Gardening and Foraging for Resilience.

DATE/TIME: Thursday, August 5, 2021 / 6pm

COST/REGISTRATION: Free and open to the public.
Space is limited. To register, email programs@hudsonarealibrary.org or call 518-828-1792 x101.

LOCATION: The Greenport Conservation Area
319 Joslen Blvd,
Hudson, NY 12534

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