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Winter Seed Sowing Workshops

January 20 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Register today for a fun and informative Winter Seed Sowing Workshop! https://newtonconservators.org/events/
Join the Newton Community Pollinator Project at Nahanton Park on Sat, Jan 20 and leave with at least two containers planted with native plant seeds that you can transplant to your garden or yard next summer. Most of the supplied seeds are from the Cold Spring Park Pollinator Garden (pictured), with plants from Dr. Robert Gegear’s list to save at-risk bees and butterflies.
Date/Time: Saturday, January 20 (Snow date: Sunday, January 21)
Session 1: 11:00 – 12:30
Session 2: 1:00 – 2:30
Location: The Nature Center at Nahanton Park, 471 Nahanton Street, Newton
Cost: FREE thanks to the generosity of our co-sponsors. Donation of $5.00 appreciated.
Supplies: We will provide 2 milk jugs, 2 packets of native seeds, soil, and additional supplies for each attendee.
Attendees should bring Scissors or a devise to cut open milk jugs. Optional: Attendees may bring their own seeds and up to two extra milk jugs.
Pre-registration required. Space is limited to 20 per workshop. REGISTER HERE: https://newtonconservators.org/events/
Workshop will be led by Freddie Gillespie, founder of Biodiversity through Pollination. Local Newton organizers are Ann Dorfman, Alan Nogee and Ted Kuklinski. Channon Ames of Newton Parks, Recreation, and Culture is the site coordinator.
Sponsored by: Newton Community Pollinator Project (NCPP)
Co-sponsored by: Friends of Cold Spring Park, Newton Conservators, City of Newton Parks Recreation & Culture Department, Green Newton, Friends of Nahanton Park

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
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Venue

Nahanton Park Nature Center
471 Nahanton Street
Newton, MA
+ Google Map
Register today for a fun and informative Winter Seed Sowing Workshop! https://newtonconservators.org/events/
Join the Newton Community Pollinator Project at Nahanton Park on Sat, Jan 20 and leave with at least two containers planted with native plant seeds that you can transplant to your garden or yard next summer. Most of the supplied seeds are from the Cold Spring Park Pollinator Garden (pictured), with plants from Dr. Robert Gegear’s list to save at-risk bees and butterflies.
Date/Time: Saturday, January 20 (Snow date: Sunday, January 21)
Session 1: 11:00 – 12:30
Session 2: 1:00 – 2:30
Location: The Nature Center at Nahanton Park, 471 Nahanton Street, Newton
Cost: FREE thanks to the generosity of our co-sponsors. Donation of $5.00 appreciated.
Supplies: We will provide 2 milk jugs, 2 packets of native seeds, soil, and additional supplies for each attendee.
Attendees should bring Scissors or a devise to cut open milk jugs. Optional: Attendees may bring their own seeds and up to two extra milk jugs.
Pre-registration required. Space is limited to 20 per workshop. REGISTER HERE: https://newtonconservators.org/events/
Workshop will be led by Freddie Gillespie, founder of Biodiversity through Pollination. Local Newton organizers are Ann Dorfman, Alan Nogee and Ted Kuklinski. Channon Ames of Newton Parks, Recreation, and Culture is the site coordinator.
Sponsored by: Newton Community Pollinator Project (NCPP)
Co-sponsored by: Friends of Cold Spring Park, Newton Conservators, City of Newton Parks Recreation & Culture Department, Green Newton, Friends of Nahanton Park

Details

Date:
January 20
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Series:
Event Categories:
, ,

Venue

Nahanton Park Nature Center
471 Nahanton Street
Newton, MA
+ Google Map
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