Bees and biodiversity

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Pollination is an ecological service that is essential to human life and bees are some of the most important crop pollinators. Stock photo

LONDONDERRY, Vt. – Pollination is an ecological service that is essential to human life – and bees are some of the most important crop pollinators. But pollinators need landscape biodiversity – preferably native flora – to thrive and stop species decline.

On Thursday, April 18 at 2 p.m., Cheryl Wilfong will discuss bees and biodiversity at Neighborhood Connections. Cheryl teaches mindfulness meditation at Vermont Insight Meditation Center and Northampton Insight. She also writes an award-winning blog at www.themeditativegardener.blogpost.com.

This lecture is offered at no charge, but call 802-824-4343 to register. Neighborhood Connections is located in Londonderry’s Mountain Marketplace, next to the Londonderry Post Office.

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