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Hopkinton Sustainable Green Committee: To convey the crucial ecological role of pollinators, students plant gardens in Hopkinton

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On July 22 and 24, students Shaurya and Suhani Patni, along with community members, will be planting pollinator gardens near two popular town trails in Hopkinton. At the Hughes property, 192 Hayden Rowe, a 200 square-foot plot will feature native plants that attract local, endangered bee species. Near Pratt Field, between 108 and 126 Fruit St., a garden to entice butterflies and moths will be planted next to the pond. There will be approximately 100 flowering plants, including the familiar, like bee balm, and the less well-known, like purple raspberry.

Read more in attached press release and flyer below!

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