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Anyone can join a garden. With more than 600 gardens across the five boroughs, potential members and volunteers should choose carefully. To aid in your search, GreenThumb has provided a Garden Finder from GardenMaps.

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Green Tips!

Bee proactive!

A few things you can do to help keep bees healthy:

  • plant different flowers that bloom throughout the season for the bees;

    • native plants and other perennials

    • bloom colors of yellow, white,  blue, and purple

  • watch for neonicotinoid-free note on plant tags- some tags will claim that insecticides were used for ‘your plant’s health’ (but NOT for the bees!)

  • leave the blossoms until they expire

  • plant plants with fragrant flowers with a long bloom season

  • consider early blooming plants for bees that have had little nourishment over the winter

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“Even though this planet is round, there are just too many spots where you can find yourself hanging onto the edge, unless there’s some space, some place to take a breather for a while.” –Gloria Naylor

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NYS Girls HS Rules Review & Updates

NYS Girls HS Rules Review & Updates

MAGBO presents NYS Girls HS Rules Review & Updates 2018-2019 – October 30th St. Edmund Prep High School 2474 Ocean Avenue ~  Brooklyn, NY 11229
Clinic begins promptly  at 7:00PM. All Girls PSAL officials are urged to attend.

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