Woodstock Jewish Congregation: Joined “Pollinator Pathways Woodstock”
The WJC joined a regional movement to create geographically connected habitats for pollinators via individuals and organizations making native plants part of their landscaping and gardens.
We already have landscaped with native plants at the WJC; and joining “Pollinator Pathways Woodstock” adds to our visibility in the local environmental movement. It also enables us to put links to events hosted by “Pollinator Pathways Woodstock” in our weekly newsletter to encourage and inform our congregants in regard to their own gardens.
June 3, 2021