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Lenore Lelah Person, who chairs the steering committee for Roots & Wings, Roubi Eliopoulos, co-chair of the Dobbs Ferry Pollinator Pathway, and Susan Gilbert of Sustainable Dobbs, stand outside the South Church kitchen garden.

Dobbs Ferry joined the Pollinator Pathway movement with a kickoff celebration on May 11 in Fellowship Hall of South Presbyterian Church.

The free event was co-sponsored by Sustainable Dobbs and Roots & Wings, the church’s sustainability initiative. Experts and local residents with pollinator garden experience addressed the crowd, and Sustainable Dobbs members Susan Gilbert and Janet Roseff were available to answer questions about creating pollinator gardens, recycling, “No Mow May,” and composting. Healthy Yards, Sustainable Dobbs, and Roots & Wings provided literature.

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