Small Actions for Kids: Protecting Pollinators (hosted by the Academy of Natural Sciences)

Add to Calendar Event Has Passed 2020-12-19 10:00:00 2020-12-19 11:00:00 America/New_York Small Actions for Kids: Protecting Pollinators (hosted by the Academy of Natural Sciences) <p>You can make our planet more sustainable. As part of the Academy of Natural Sciences’ Small Actions Spark Big Changes initiative, the Academy is hosting a series of practical workshops for those who wish to make a difference in their communities. Participants will learn how to start a rain garden, protect pollinators, become a community scientist, and more. Explore the events below and register to receive the event link for each workshop.</p> <p>Pollinators like bees, butterflies and bats are a really important part of our community. Join the Academy for a story time to explore these wonderful creatures and talk with the experts to learn what you can do to protect them. This event is developed for children and their families, but all are welcome to make positive changes for a healthier planet.&nbsp;</p> Small Actions for Kids: Protecting Pollinators (hosted by the Academy of Natural Sciences), 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103
19 Dec 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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You can make our planet more sustainable. As part of the Academy of Natural Sciences’ Small Actions Spark Big Changes initiative, the Academy is hosting a series of practical workshops for those who wish to make a difference in their communities. Participants will learn how to start a rain garden, protect pollinators, become a community scientist, and more. Explore the events below and register to receive the event link for each workshop.

Pollinators like bees, butterflies and bats are a really important part of our community. Join the Academy for a story time to explore these wonderful creatures and talk with the experts to learn what you can do to protect them. This event is developed for children and their families, but all are welcome to make positive changes for a healthier planet.