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Pollinator Meadow Site Visit

November 20 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

Free

Join New Hampshire Audubon and collaborators from UNH Cooperative Extension and the Xerces Society for a site visit on Creating Pollinator Habitat

Saturday, November 20: 10AM – 12 Noon

As a follow up to the Webinar, an in-person walkthrough of the McLane Center project to learn more will occur on November 20 from 10am-12pm. We will gather at the McLane Center in Concord to view the progress of converting one acre of old field to a pollinator meadow. NH Audubon with the help of our collaborators are using a variety of techniques across one acre to better access what preparation methods work best at this scale. The field trip will allow participants to see and more fully discuss the details of field prep and seeding.

This event is free and open to the public. Registration/RSVP is requested. This project is being funded by the State Conservation Commission’s Moose Plate Grant Program.

Photo: Volunteers help create pollinator meadow habitat at McLane Center, by Marc Nutter.

Details

Date:
November 20
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

McLane Center
84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, NH 03301 United States
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Phone:
603-224-9909
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Organizer

Marc Nutter
Email:
mnutter@nhaudubon.org

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