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The Planning Department offers these helpful links to promote a better understanding of planning, zoning, conservation and other topics that we deal with on a daily basis.

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Did You Know?

Pollinators such as Bumble Bees, Honey Bees, and Hover Flies are responsible for pollinating one-third of the food we eat.  These pollinators are under threat from parasites, pesticides, viruses, and loss of both food and habitat. 

 

What can you do to help?  Avoid using insecticides and herbicides on your property.  Most insecticides are not selective and kill or compromise any insect that comes in contact with them.  Similarly, herbicides not only kill the weeds on your patio or driveway and the poison ivy on the edge of your lawn, but also the weeds and wildflowers that support pollinators on the fringes of your property.  Both products wash off your property into wetlands and watercourses, further compromising amphibians, fish, and the aquatic plants they feed on.

 

You can also plant wildflowers, milkweed and other plants designed to attract butterfiles, hummingbirds, and pollinators, which in many case will also support beneficial predators such as Lady Bugs, Lace Wings, and Praying (Preying) Mantis that feed on Aphids, Thrips, and other garden pests.