Seeds on The Move: Plants and Pollination children’s nature program

June 19, 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The Whiting Library
117 Main St
Chester, VT 05143
Children's Librarian Stephanie

There are more pollinators than bees

The Nature Museum and Whiting Library announce that The Nature Museum’s Summer Unplugged series will be back for another year of programs. Join them Wednesdays at 1p.m. in the library for a different topic every week.

Did you know that the relationship between animals and plants is a two-way street? Plant pollination and seed dispersal often take some teamwork. A bee sipping nectar from a flower is more than just a chore of the hive, while when a bear eats a raspberry, they just don’t get a tasty treat! Animals are nature’s movers, shakers and pollinators, providing transportation for pollen and seeds. Explore the relationship between plants and animals through pictures, hands-on items, and other engaging activities!

The family programs are recommended for children ages 4 and up and include time for making a relevant and fun craft.

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