In 2020 the Penn State Master Gardeners in Adams County are launching a new program about pollinators called Buzz, Blooms and Beyond. Throughout the year, the program will offer family-oriented and educational activities including seminars, demonstrations, art contests, bus trips, and other fun events to better understand pollinators and learn how to create a pollinator-friendly garden.

Originally intended to begin in April with a pollinator plant sale and a seminar in early May, the program has been delayed because of COVID-19 protections.

Pam Haze is a Penn State Master Gardener from Adams County. Penn State Cooperative Extension of Adams County is located at 670 Old Harrisburg Road, Suite 204, Gettysburg, phone 717-334-6271.

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