On the morning of February 15th, twenty volunteers convened at Blair Woods to begin the process of planting the long-awaited pollinator garden. With the help of Bright Green Future and Environmental Fund of Texas grants, we were able purchase plants for a pollinator garden, install a water barn to sustain the plants, and construct a boardwalk running through the middle of the garden so visitors can see all of the plants within. We also received much guidance and donated plants from Georgean Kyle, one of the stewards at Chaetura Canyon.
Future plans for the pollinator garden include continued planting and educational signs about the plants and their pollinators. Come visit Blair Woods this spring to see the pollinator garden for yourself! Learn more about Blair Woods here.