Decatur’s Bee City USA program accepting donations for pollinator-friendly plantsDana Wertz leads off the Beecatur Krewe marching in the 2018 Mead Rd. Mardi Gras parade. Don't get stung by them, but check them out.
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Throughout the holiday season, the Bee City USA program in Decatur (also known as “Beecatur”) will offer a “Gifts that Grow” program.
Through the program, Beecatur will install one pollinator-friendly native plant, shrub or tree in one of Decatur’s dedicated pollinator habitats for each donation of donation of $15, $25 or $50.
“Help nourish and support our city’s pollinator species without spending a lot of green,” the city said in a newsletter.
For anyone who donates, the recipient’s name will be posted at the habitat site and online. On planting day, they will also receive a photo of their plant being installed.
To learn more about the Gifts That Grow program, or to purchase a gift, visit Beecatur’s website here.
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