The Pollinator Action Group changed its plans Saturday and moved from the Hanover United Methodist Church to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds to plant one of its six demonstration sites in the area. The ground at church was too wet after recent rains but the site at the fairgrounds had drained enough for the plants to go in. The demonstration sites are to help the public understand the various combination of plants designed to attract different pollinators. The bed at the fairgrounds contains walkways so visitors can get a closer look at the different kinds of plants and how they are arranged in the beds. Vicki Wehner (far left), coordinator at the Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District, and volunteers Joe Robinson and Linda Sloffer tackle one part of the project. Volunteer Andy Buxton (left) helps to set the plants into the ground. The finished bed (above) with plants carefulluy grouped for visitors.