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PHOTOS: Bird Homestead Cleanup & Pollinator Garden

(PHOTO: Bonnie Council and Michelle New planting a pollinator garden in front of the Meeting House on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: Bonnie Council and Michelle New planting a pollinator garden in front of the Meeting House on April 13, 2024.)

The Bird Homestead & Meeting House had 27 volunteers show up on Saturday, April 13th as part of a Town of Rye / City of Rye community clean up day. The non-profit run park and historical site on Milton Road received a clean up and new pollinator garden.

Take a look:

(PHOTO: Bird Homestead and Meeting House Conservancy Board Member Doug Carey removing invasive wisteria around the 100-year-old Concord grape vine on the Bird property on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: Bird Homestead and Meeting House Conservancy Board Member Doug Carey removing invasive wisteria around the 100-year-old Concord grape vine on the Bird property on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: Melinda Stein removing invasives at the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: Melinda Stein removing invasives at the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: Rye Sustainability Chair James Ward and Co-Chair Donna Providenti hand-raking the leaves and winter debris at the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: Rye Sustainability Chair James Ward and Co-Chair Donna Providenti hand-raking the leaves and winter debris at the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: CC/AC member Ryan Prime collecting garbage along the Blind Brook on the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy property on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: CC/AC member Ryan Prime collecting garbage along the Blind Brook on the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy property on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: CC/AC Chair Tracy Stora and Bird Homestead and Meeting House Conservancy Board President Aaron Griffiths helped organize and recruit over 27 volunteers to help in the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy cleanup on April 13, 2024.)
(PHOTO: CC/AC Chair Tracy Stora and Bird Homestead and Meeting House Conservancy Board President Aaron Griffiths helped organize and recruit over 27 volunteers to help in the Bird Homestead & Meeting House Conservancy cleanup on April 13, 2024.)

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