The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. is sponsoring a Going Green Sustainability Lecture: “Pollinators; From Bees And Bats To Butterflies”. Kendall Clark, Environmental Education Specialist with The Woodlands Township and specializing in Sustainable Landscapes, will speak to the group about the importance of pollination and pollinators and the Woodlands Township’s new program to become a Monarch Champion City as recognized by the National Wildlife Federation. Kendall will also focus on the important role that pollinators, including the Monarch Butterfly, play in our everyday world. A significant amount of the food we eat is only available because of pollinators and Kendall will share with us the ways in which we as individuals and groups can help them in their task by increasing their habitat, whether the pollinators be birds, butterflies, bees or bats. Those who attend will also enjoy learning about HARC’s energy and water efficient building, which has been awarded the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum Green Building Certification. HARC’s is the first building in The Woodlands or Montgomery County to be designated as such.