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Lawns For Legumes

Earlier this year, Minnesota approved the Lawns to Legumes program which provides funding to help residents convert their lawns to natural habitat for pollinators. Learn how you can bee involved!

• Demonstration Neighborhood Project for Phillips and Corcoran neighborhoods’ grant provides funding for residents to install pollinator-friendly, native plantings in yards for little to no cost.
Contact Lilah to be involved in this project: lilah@metroblooms.org or (612) 293-4027.

• Lawns to Legumes: Resilient Yards Workshop (3 hours) Learn about the four planting types Lawns to Legumes supports: pocket plantings, pollinator-beneficial trees and shrubs, pollinator lawns, and pollinator meadows, and the funding offered to Phillips and Corcoran neighbors.

Date & Time:
Thursday, May 14th, @ 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location:
Phillips Community Center
(2nd floor dining room)
2323 11th Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404

After the presentation all attendees will receive one-on-one consultations with professional landscape designers to incorporate natural habitat at their residence.

Workshop is free to residents of Corcoran + Phillips neighborhoods – just check the box! Visit bluethumb.org/events to register.

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