Cabot’s Pollinator Patch Program –


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By DullesMoms, June 2019


The Cabot farmers want to teach kids about the importance of pollinators in our communities and practical ways they can help protect and preserve pollinator populations. With their Pollinator Patch program, kids will complete fun activities and learn what pollinators do, why they are important, and how they can help protect pollinators!

Once completed, fill out the online survey in order to receive your free patches and treat pack!

Click here to learn more and download the program packet.

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