Young Public, 24 April 2016

On the occasion of Earth Day, become agents of urban pollination to counter the decline of pollinating insects and nectar-producing plants. In collaboration with Éco-quartier Peter-McGill, discover how monarchs, bees, and milkweed contribute to the richness of the city’s biodiversity. Then get your hands dirty by creating seed bombs to disseminate during an exploration of the residual spaces of the Peter-McGill neighbourhood.

For children aged 5 to 12, accompanied by an adult.


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