Lebanon Airport's new Pollinator Garden was planted this spring near the Airport exit with the help of Lebanon Recreation, Arts & Parks Department with the expectation that it would take up to two full years to fully take hold. The significant rainfall seems to have accelerated the process and the flowers have been blooming in full force. This garden was planted in conjunction with Creating Habitats for Pollinators whose goal is to transform public spaces and “create vibrant habitats for pollinators like butterflies, bees, moths and birds”, as well as the Class of 1989 Pollinator Project (Dartmouth) who donated the native wildflower seeds. Witness the incredible transformation accelerated by rainfall, as flowers bloom. See nature and community collaboration in action – drive by and see it today!