“Pollinators in Peril, Natives to the Rescue”


Earth Talk….

“Pollinators in Peril, Natives to the Rescue”

Lime Kiln Alley Butterfly Garden

Lime Kiln Alley Butterfly Garden

Don’t Miss This EarthTalk
on Tuesday, September 13th at 7 pm

Carslake Community Center
207 Crosswicks St.
Bordentown City

John Black, President of The Native Plant Society of New Jersey will explain the importance of certain native plants and the inextricable link between our pollinators and those plants.

Aside from being the president of the Native Plant Society of New Jersey, John is also a Master Naturalist and a Certified Interpretive Guide. He has worked extensively with the Bureau of Land Management and the US Fish and Wildlife Service. John’s been a volunteer for the National Wildlife Federation and served on the Board of Directors for the Atlantic Audubon.

Make sure everyone you know who has an interest in native plants, insects, and sustainability attends this interesting and important Earth Talk. John will also take your questions at the end of his presentation.

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