MSU students and East Lansing community members looking to exercise a green thumb and some back muscles can volunteer at an MSU Pollinator Garden from 12-1p.m. on June 30.
“Drop in during your lunch hour to help keep our campus beautiful,” read an online event posting. “Learn tips from a native plant and gardening expert.”
The event posting asks that volunteers bring gloves and a hand tool, though limited amounts of weeding tools will be available for volunteers to use.
“Pollinator gardens are a nice way to provision hungry pollinators with some food,” according to pollinator-gardens/”>an article on the MSU College of Natural Science’s Michigan Pollinator Initiative webpage, which aims to address issues related to pollinators and pollination in Michigan.
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