Community Kick-off Planning Meeting for new Native Plant Pollinator Garden
July 10th, 6:30 p.m. at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge, 64 Maple, Burbank, WA
Insects are the sole food source for many amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Our own food sources depend on the presence of insects, as they pollinate flowers, compost the soil, prey on pests, and provide food for many of the creatures we consume ourselves.
Today insects are disappearing from our environment at a rate of 2.5% every year on average across the globe. We can help slow down this loss by learning to provide useful habitat in our own yards and gardens.
We will all be learning together while we create and maintain our new pollinator garden, a project that we hope to continue with the community’s help, for years to come.
Come join us at 6:30 p.m. July 10th at the McNary Visitor Center for our first planning meeting for our Native Plant Pollinator Garden project. Families welcome.