The Cheshire Pollinator Pathway group will host “What’s Bugging You,” an informational, hands-on bug and bug program, later this month. Immerse your self on the planet of bugs and bugs with Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station’s Katherine Dugas on Wednesday, July 20, 9:30 a.m. on the Cheshire Pollinator Pathway Backyard, 487 North Brooksvale Street.
This program is for ages 6 to 60 and up. Program dimension is restricted and registration is required. Register at email@example.com.
Dugas and individuals will discover the world of New England’s butterflies, bumblebees and different pollinators and bugs.
The free program will take a deep dive into the lifetime of bugs and bugs, why they’re so vital to people and life on earth. Dugas will supply insect identification tips, and lead members of the viewers to seek for butterfly eggs and monarch caterpillar chrysalis circumstances.
Members additionally will study which native vegetation host which bugs, study the varied jobs of bugs, and uncover the each day lifetime of a bumblebee and different bugs on this free, hour-long outside program.
This program is made doable by The Claire C. Bennitt Watershed Fund, Inc. The Claire C. Bennitt Watershed Fund was established in 1999, with the mission to guard water high quality by buying watershed land and selling environmental schooling.
The mission of the Cheshire Pollinator Pathway focuses on serving to pollinators by creating native plant waystations, by educating the general public on garden and garden care greatest practices with out using pesticides and by serving as a useful resource for these thinking about studying extra about native vegetation.