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Town of Delhi
Monday June 20th, 2022 :: 01:00 p.m. EDT


Pollinator Week is June 20-26. Here's a message from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Bzz! Pollinator Week is all about spreading awareness of the butterflies, bats, birds, and bees that are essential to plant reproduction.

DEC has several resources on how you can participate as a pollinator protector this month and year-round:

1. Provide a place for pollinators - Watch a video for tips on how to “Green Your Backyard” and support New York’s native pollinators at home.

2. Point out pollinator incidents: Beekeepers or passers-by to incidents of mass pollinator death or unusual behavior are encouraged to contact the DEC regional office at (518) 357-2234 to report the incident.

3. “Bee” mindful of pesticide practices: Anyone considering using a pesticide should carefully weigh their options before applying one, whether to avoid using it at all or to choose a less toxic option. Read and follow the instructions on any pesticide carefully to consider the effect it can have on pollinators.

Read all about native pollinators and pollinator week at

Town of Delhi
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Delhi, NY 13753

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