Join a Conversation on the ‘Bee City’ Movement and  the Vital Need to Protect our Plant Pollinators

  • On Wednesday, February 20th at 7 p.m. at the Holy Rosary Hall in Thorold, Ontario

An Invite to All from the Thorold Garden Club

Posted February 5th, 2019 on Niagara At Large

It’s the time of the year when we start planning our gardens. 

We choose the fruits and vegetables we want to grow for food and the flowers that will add beauty to our lives. 

None of this will happen if we don’t have bees to pollonate the plants.  The bee population is diminishing rapidly. 

Communities are taking action by becoming “Bee Cities” and educational institutions are becoming “Bee Schools”.

A Bee City is part of a North American movement to support pollinator protection.

A Bee City begins conversations about how to reduce and eliminate chemicals that are harmful to pollinators, our food system and the planet.

Everyone is welcome to come out to The Thorold Garden Club to listen to a representative of the Bee City organization,  February 20th, 7:00 p.m.  Holy Rosary Hall, 35 Queen St. S., Thorold, in Niagara, Ontario.

  • Nikki Szcechura, Thorold Garden Club

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