Grow an Organic Pollinator Garden

Grow an Organic Pollinator Garden In-Person

Nancy DuBrule-Clemente will teach you the importance of organic gardening and why it is essential in supporting our pollinators. Learn about the many plants you can add to your landscape to feed pollinators and how to plan your garden for succession of bloom to feed the bees every month of the growing season.

This program is funded by the Friends of the Hamden Library. Seating is limited. Registration is encouraged.

Registration has closed.
Tuesday, June 11, 2024
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Thornton Wilder Hall
Miller Memorial Library
  On site  

Nancy DuBrule-Clemente is FOUNDER of Natureworks. She started the business in 1983 with a goal of providing organic gardening services to the community and sold her business to a group of her employees in 2021. She continues to work with Natureworks writing the weekly email, working occasionally at the garden center, and doing a limited amount of garden design and supervising garden installations for existing clients. The retail store on RT 22 in Northford is a destination for gardeners in the state of CT with a focus on supporting pollinators, creating healthy habitats, encouraging native plants, and supplying unusual plants to serious gardeners. Nancy graduated from the Rackliffe Hicks School of Agriculture in the 70's. She has written two books and gives talks throughout the state on a wide range of subjects. Nancy is a total garden geek and a passionate organic gardener.