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As part of its "Living Classroom Series", the Pollinator Pathway Project is holding its first public talk and presentation on the important role of native plants and pollinators in our community. On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, at 7:00 p.m., Carolyn Summers will be giving an introductory talk at the O'Hara Nature Center about the importance of pollinators and their unique relationship with native plants, shrubs and trees. Carolyn worked for both the NYC DEP and the Natural Resources Defense Counsel on urban habitat issues and is an Adjunct Professor at the Native Plant Center at WCC and a well-recognized expert in this area. See https://www.flyingtrillium.com/team-view/carolyn-summers/