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The Pollinator Friendly Landscape
The Friends of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History &
Association to Preserve Cape Cod present:
The Pollinator Friendly Landscape: Beyond Plant Selection
with Dr. Annie White

Sunday, March 18, 2018 at 1pm.

A landscape rich with a diversity of flowering plants is not only beautiful but helps support the thousands of species of bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinating insects we have in here in the U.S. However, planning your pollinator-friendly landscape does not end with your plant list. The layout of your gardens, layout of your plants, and your maintenance practices all affect pollinators. Dr. White will discuss a set of considerations for choosing the best types of plants for pollinators, plus how to use them to create the best pollinator sanctuary possible.

A native of rural Vermont, Annie holds a master of science degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Wisconsin—Madison and a PhD in Plant & Soil Science from The University of Vermont. Currently, she is the owner of NECTAR Landscape Design Studio & Consulting in Burlington, Vermont. She conducts research on native cultivars and also promotes pollinator friendly landscaping practices in all her design work.


General Admission is $12 per person      At the Door: $15

Ticket price does NOT include admission to the Museum


For more information please call: 508-896-3867, ext. 133

When: Mar 18, 2018 1pm in Brewster, MA

Grow Your Own Meadow

The Friends of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History &
Association to Preserve Cape Cod present:
Grow Your Own Meadow, Large or Small
with Kathleen Groll Connolly

Sunday, April 8, 2018 at 1pm.

If you’ve ever wanted to add the beautiful chaos of a healthy flowering meadow to your landscape, this presentation will demystify the steps. Kathy Connolly will discuss the definition of a meadow, which may surprise you, meadow ecology, the role of native plant species, and steps you can take right now to start planting a new meadow or encourage an existing meadow to grow. She’ll discuss the challenges of integrating a meadow into more conventional landscape settings. She'll also discuss deer and other pests, sources of supply, helpful books, and websites.

Kathy Connolly is a landscape designer, writer, and speaker with a penchant for nature-scaping. Her design clients include municipalities, state parks, homeowners, and nonprofit organizations. A meadow-owner for more than 20 years, she now helps landowners establish meadows and low-mow lawns, as well as vegetated buffers for waterside areas and other naturalized landscapes. Connolly has an MA in Land Use Planning and Landscape Design from the Conway School. She is an accredited organic land care professional through NOFA and is active in several conservation organizations. She is a regular columnist for The Day community papers and websites, which circulate throughout southeastern Connecticut.


General Admission is $12 per person     At the Door: $15

Ticket price does NOT include admission to the Museum


For more information please call: 508-896-3867, ext. 133

When: Apr 8, 2018 1pm in Brewster, MA

The Monarch Butterfly

 The Monarch Butterfly ~ Conservation of a Beloved Insect         with Katie-Lyn Bunney of the University of Minnesota Monarch Lab
April 14th, 2018 1:00pm

Whether you love monarchs, or merely have a passing interest, this program is for you! Discover more about their unique life cycle and migration, the issues threatening their population, and come away with knowledge of what you can do to help with the conservation of this charismatic and beloved butterfly.

 The University of Minnesota Monarch Lab is a partner of the Monarch Joint Venture, a national partnership working to conserve the monarch migration in the U.S.

Katie-Lyn Bunney has a degree in Environmental Sciences Policy and Management from the University of Minnesota. She has worked as an informal educator at the Bell Museum of Natural History, nature centers, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, Dakota County Parks, and Como Park Zoo and Conservatory where she was also the Camp Director. She served for four years on the board for the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education, a volunteer-run organization for promoting and advocating for environmental education in Minnesota.Tickets available online February 1st     Best Deal Online: $12
At the Door: $15

For more information please call: 508-896-3867, ext. 133

When: Apr 14, 2018 1pm in Brewster, MA

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About Brewster, MA
Brewster is a historic sea captains' town located on the Cape Cod Bay side of the Cape in Barnstable County. Brewster is proud of their award winning drinking water and two nationally acclaimed 18-hole golf courses as well as a great place for horseback riding and sailing.

Enjoy a number of interesting and historical attractions including the Cape Code Museum of Natural History, the New England Fire & History Museum, the Brewster Historical Society and the Crosby Mansion.

The Cape Rep Theatre often performs at the Drummer Boy Park also known as the playground by the sea. Experience "Brewster in Bloom" which occurs in April. It offers a parade and a chowder fest as well as a flea market with arts and crafts.