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Seed Bombs

Wednesday, August 2nd 2023

10:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Highland Public Library

Did you know that our favorite fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and other foods rely on Pollinators? Pollinators pollinate 90% of all flowering plants, but studies have shown that their populations have been declining in recent decades. Join us in creating seed balls, which are small clusters of wildflower seeds designed to add greenery and colorful pollinator habitats to urban landscapes, neglected areas, or wherever you’d like! All craft materials will be provided. This FREE workshop is suitable for children ages 7 and up, and parental supervision is advised.

TO SIGN UP: Highland Public Library

Accessibility: The parking lot in front of the building has accessible parking. From the parking lot to the sidewalk, there is a wheelchair accessible ramp. The front door opens automatically upon entry and the library is all one level. The event will take place in the conference room which is easily accessible from the library and includes a hearing loop for those with hearing aids. Unless you are sick, masks and social distancing are not required.

We strive to offer equal program opportunities. Educational resources in Spanish are available by request. If you require any special accommodations or have questions about this program, please contact Tanesia White, Recycling Educator, at TWHI@UCRRA.ORG or 845-336-3336.

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