Where Have All the Songbirds Gone?

Our Town  |  January 18, 2019

“Where Have all the Songbirds Gone?” brings together global experts for a robust conversation to:

  • Understand how the chemicals we use on our properties affect our children, pets, pollinators and birds.
  • Discuss the connection between algae blooms and the chemicals we use on our lawns and gardens.
  • Increase awareness of science-based benefits of native plants and trees in our gardens.
  • Empower residents to make a positive impact on the quality of life in Palm Beach.

PALM BEACH TOWN HALL
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2:00 PM

Community organizations in town are jointly sponsoring this exciting and informative panel about how to restore a healthy, toxin-free Palm Beach.

The event is free and seating is limited.

A reception to meet the panelists will follow the discussion in nearby Pan’s Garden at approximately 4:00 pm.

Sponsored by: Citizens Association of Palm Beach, Palm Beach Civic Association,
The Garden Club of Palm Beach, The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, The Town of Palm Beach

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