Balm for the bees, planting a pollinator’s delight

Karen Bussolini spoke about healthy gardens on Jan. 28. Photo By Elyse Sadtler

KENT — There are 349 different species of bees in Connecticut. Vitally important, these tiny insects are to thank for making possible the fruits and vegetables we eat and are an indicator of the health of the overall ecosystem. 

In a talk cosponsored by the Kent Garden Club and the Kent Memorial Library at Town Hall on Saturday, Jan. 28, South Kent resident Karen Bussolini spoke about how to make a difference in our own yards and communities by planting year-round pollinator gardens.

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