Native plantings at Granite City Park on the Kennebec River in Hallowell. Rosemary Presnar photo

HALLOWELL — Ecologist Deborah Perkins is set this month to present native planting and landscaping practices to promote biodiversity and protect the long-term water quality of the Vaughan Brook watershed.

The talk will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at the Hallowell Fire Station, Coos Lane, Stevens Commons.

Perkins will cover how to build bird and pollinator habitats, and will present eco-friendly and low maintenance lawn alternatives as well, according to a news release from Rosemary Presnar with the Hallowell Conservation Committee.

This event is provided by the Hallowell Conservation Committee, Grow Green & Healthy Hallowell, and Hallowell Climate Action.

For more information, contact Presnar at 207-512-0311 or [email protected].


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