Norwalk River Watershed Association

New Canaan, Norwalk, Redding, Ridgefield, Weston, Wilton, CT; Lewisboro, NY

“Protecting the Watershed through Education and Action!”

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Norwalk River Watershed Association

Norwalk River Watershed Association shared Wilton Pollinator Pathway's post.

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Easy to make mason bee hotels, using phragmites, the invasive reeds growing in nearly every wetland around us. Just cut them, stack them as pictured and throw them out after use by native mason bees (which rarely sting). You will be accomplishing two goals, cutting back this invasive plant and giving these important pollinators a place to nest. Thanks to Martha Gach from Mass Audubon for this image and for the idea. Martha suggests putting a wire mesh over the front if squirrels or birds are eating the bee pupae.

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Norwalk River Watershed Association shared Earthplace's post.

Vote Yes on #2. Come find out more at Earth Place!
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Elections are around the corner! Come to Earthplace on Monday evening to learn more about Ballot Question #2 and the Transparency in CT on public land transactions. This ballot could have major impacts on how public land sales and purchases are shared with the community. This event is hosted by the Westport League Of Women Voters and will be at Earthplace on Monday, October 22nd from 7pm to 8pm. The guest speakers will be Eric Hammerling, Executive Director of the CT Forest & Park Association, and David Brant, of the Aspetuck Land Trust.. It is open to public and FREE. Refreshments will be provided.

Vote Yes on #2. Come find out more at Earth Place!

Morning Fog on the Norwalk River

The Norwalk River in the Autumn

Photo by Daryl Hawk

Winter Mist on the Norwalk River

Merwin Meadows, Wilton

Trout Lillies by the Norwalk River

Winter Beauty in the Norwalk Watershed

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