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Madisonville, KYWTVW

Madisonville church says pollinator garden benefits community, nature

MADISONVILLE, Ky. (WEHT) There are many types of gardens. Some of them grow vegetables, others grow different types of flowers. A Madisonville church is growing a different type of garden, one that’s more for insects. Behind Madisonville First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where the congregation meets each Sunday for services, is...
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Evansville, INWTVW

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Evansville teen becomes national soap box derby champion. Madisonville church says pollinator garden benefits community, nature. Former Evansville city leader Steve Melcher dies at 73. Gov. Beshear announces K-12 school recommendations in response to COVID-19 Delta variant. Jury seated in Pike County murder trial. Evansville Firefighters train with life-like high...
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Lynchburg, VAWDBJ7.com

Grown Here at Home: Pollinator garden in the works at Lynchburg Grows

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WDBJ) - At Lynchburg Grows, folks are getting their hands dirty with a new project – a pollinator garden. “We had to clear a whole area, and because of the trees here before, we were not able to till. So we put down cardboard and covered the whole area with soil that we brought in,” explained Jennifer Porter, CSA manager and assistant farmer at Lynchburg Grows.
Madisonville, KYOwensboro Messenger-Inquirer

Madisonville church establishes pollinator garden

The world is decorated with nearly 400,000 species of flowering plants that can offer a universal language of beauty, joy and fragrance to most anyone who encounters them. One woman, alongside her congregation, began the task in 2019 to establish a pollinator garden after noticing that the 1.5-acre open field behind the church property required continuous work to keep groomed. The project came to an abrupt halt like most everything else last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the seeds were sown shortly before Christmas last year.
GardeningAlliance Review

Salem garden tour set Aug. 7

The event, which will run 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., will feature more than 10 gardens. “We are excited to showcase a couple well-known locations and a few hidden gems,” said Ginger Grilli chair of the event sponsored by Salem Preservation Society. “We appreciate the property owners who opened their gardens to the public to make this possible.”
Madisonville, KYWTVW

Madisonville church creates a pollinator garden

MADISONVILLE, Ky (WEHT)– One woman, alongside her congregation, began the task in 2019 to establish a pollinator garden after noticing that the 1.5-acre open field behind the church property required continuous work to keep groomed. The project came to an abrupt halt like most everything else last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the seeds were sown shortly before Christmas of 2020.
Animalstheweektoday.com

Greer’s Garden abuzz with bees, natural plants

Greer’s Garden, a micro-orchard and pollinator garden located at the Chase Road headquarters of the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust, is now open to the public. The garden, named in honor of Dr. J. Greer McBratney and located at 318 Chase Road, serves as a living example of what a healthy backyard ecosystem can look like, the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust reports. The garden features native plants that provide food for wildlife and pollinators throughout all seasons.
Gardeningwevv.com

Reverend Turns Empty Field Into Pollinator Garden

One woman is taking on the task of establishing a pollinator garden. Reverend Rebecca Zahrte, alongside her congregation, has turned a one-and-a-half-acre field by the Madisonville First Cumberland Presbyterian Church into a growing garden. The seed mix selected is based on blooms native to the area and will take three...
Kingston, NYhudsonvalleyone.com

Grand Opening of pollinator garden at Kenco in Kingston

The Grand Opening celebration of the pollinator garden in front of Kenco in Kingston will take place on Saturday, July 31, starting at 4:30 p.m. The event will feature music by Marion Tortorella and Rafael Garritano and the women’s Native American group Spirit of Thunderheart, who will bless the garden with drums, rattles and dance. Maraleen Manos-Jones, creator of the garden, will be emceeing, sharing stories and poems.
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