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Holyoke Green Infrastructure Workshop #3: “Resilient Plants (part 2)”

JunJune 11 2022

10:00am - 12:00pm Race Street Canal Walk between Dwight and Appleton

80 Race Street, Holyoke, MA 01040
  • Add to calendar 2022-06-11 10:00:00 2022-06-11 12:00:00 America/New_York Holyoke Green Infrastructure Workshop #3: "Resilient Plants (part 2)"

    *Note that the Community Field event originally scheduled for this date has been cancelled. June 11th will now be a continuation of the planting activities on Race street*

    Celebrating facilities that manage rainfall using plants is central to a three-part series offered by the City of Holyoke. Each event is designed to showcase a different “green infrastructure” facility in the City and give participants an opportunity to gather and learn from hands-on activities that range from rebuilding a drainage path to getting new plants into the soil. The events are free and offer food for those attending.

    Resilient Plants (Part 2) – Saturday, June 11, 10 to noon, Race St. (between Dwight and Appleton Streets). Explore urban factors that make it tough for plants to survive. Then help re-plant with native species suited to this environment.

    Please RSVP Here: https://forms.gle/AnrXvDw2tm1Dg3WDA

    Questions? Contact Yoni Glogower, Holyoke Director of Conservation and Sustainability at glogowery@holyoke.org or 413-322-5615

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    80 Race Street, Holyoke, MA 01040
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*Note that the Community Field event originally scheduled for this date has been cancelled. June 11th will now be a continuation of the planting activities on Race street*

Celebrating facilities that manage rainfall using plants is central to a three-part series offered by the City of Holyoke. Each event is designed to showcase a different “green infrastructure” facility in the City and give participants an opportunity to gather and learn from hands-on activities that range from rebuilding a drainage path to getting new plants into the soil. The events are free and offer food for those attending.

Resilient Plants (Part 2) – Saturday, June 11, 10 to noon, Race St. (between Dwight and Appleton Streets). Explore urban factors that make it tough for plants to survive. Then help re-plant with native species suited to this environment.

Please RSVP Here: https://forms.gle/AnrXvDw2tm1Dg3WDA

Questions? Contact Yoni Glogower, Holyoke Director of Conservation and Sustainability at glogowery@holyoke.org or 413-322-5615

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