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One-third of the food we eat develop their fruits and seeds with the help of insect pollinators such as butterflies, moths, wasps, and bees. Pollinators are essential to a resilient food system but many species are currently on decline.
Stop by this workshop to find out why pollinator species are struggling and what you can do about it. We will be making seed bombs! Seed bombs are little balls of clay, compost, and native seeds that you throw on the ground. You can throw them in your yard, garden, field or a neglected space to transform it into a flowering oasis of pollinator friendly forage.
Britt Florio is a New England native on a mission to create a sustainable and equitable food system for all. Britt’s roots are in regenerative agriculture, education, and permaculture design. She was a farmer in New York for many years before moving to western Massachusetts where she now works in the farm to institutions food movement. Britt holds a Bachelors Degree in Agriculture and Natural Resources from the University of Connecticut and is currently working on a Masters in Sustainability Science at UMass Amherst. In her free time Britt loves to rock climb, practice herbalism, and is learning to play the ukulele.

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Unifier Festival is a Healing and Expressive Arts Festival, A Sacred World Music Festival, and a Beach Party. Immerse Yourself in Nature on 417 community owned acres in the foothills of the Berkshires

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