Aug 22 Forum – Recording available

July 25, 2017

On Tues., Aug 22nd, Sarah Hall-Bagdonas of the Northeast PA Audubon Society, and Ed Perry of the National Wildlife Federation provided a free forum on Native Vs. Invasive species, and how to  increase bird species and pollinators, and decrease mowing.

CLICK HERE to hear an audio recording of the presentation.


Here are 2 hand-outs pertinent to the evening’s presentation:

This is an excellent guide to help you determine what to plant:to decrease mowing and increase pollinators and birds





Neighborly Natural Landscaping: How to Decrease Mowing and Increase Pollinator and Bird Species
Free Seminar: Tues Aug 22nd @ 7 pm in Honesdale

Ed Perry from the National Wildlife Federation will present  “Neighborly Natural Landscaping: How to decrease mowing and increase pollinators and birds”. Learn ways to reduce the population decline of bird species and pollinators right in your own backyard. Learn what to plant, where to plant and where to get your plants, how to start a meadow, and how all this benefits our waterways.

Did you know running a lawn mower for one hour emits the same amount of carbon pollution as driving a car for one hundred miles?

Sarah Hall-Bagdonas, president of the Northeast PA Audubon Society will discuss native versus invasive species.

Each attendee will also receive a free “Seeds Ball”.

This event is being sponsored by local Wayne/Pike County partners in conservation, SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support), the Northeast PA, Audubon Society, Wayne Conservation District, and Delaware Highlands Conservancy with the National Wildlife Federation.

WHEN: Tuesday, August 22 at 7:00 pm

WHERE:  Park Street Complex, 648 Park Street in Honesdale, near Wayne Memorial Hospital

PRESENTED BY:  The National Wildlife Federation, SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support), the Northeast Audubon Society, the Wayne Conservation District and Delaware Highlands Conservancy.

For more information, visit or call (570) 245-1256