Meadow Restoration: Pollinator Pathway
Here we carve out a path for people and wildlife to experience and tend a natural wild space. Establishing mini wildflower meadows, in place of mowed lawn, allows us a close up look at life cycles. We practice nurturing a healthy diversity of grasses and wildflowers and the colorful food web they support. Member volunteers support this meadow by collecting and sharing seeds and seedlings. This is a place to identify species and learn to nurture healthy boundaries with plants that are native, naturalized, and still struggling as new arrivals in this ecosystem. It is a beautiful place to learn and practice patience, some familiar species take up to three years to re-establish and bloom, but will play host to a diversity of pollinators and wildlife in time.