You are invited!Join our committee if you are interested in community landscaping, gardening and learning about native plants. We’ll be working in the gardens and on programs to support healthier landscaping and environment in our community. Many projects have already been done...
Raising Butterflies @ Home
What a better way to start a butterfly garden than to raise your own butterflies? Building a monarch sanctuary will not only increase the odds of caterpillars turning into butterflies, but you will have the opportunity to enjoy the metamorphosis of this beautiful creature!
Native Plants For Suburbs
Once you choose the location for your plants, many tools online or the local nurseries who may specialize in native plants will guide you to make the right choice.
Learn About Pollinators
Foods and beverages produced with the help of pollinators include: apples, blueberries, chocolate, coffee, melons, peaches, potatoes, pumpkins, vanilla, almonds, and tequila.
Landscapes with Pollinators in Mind
Pollinators are important members of various land ecosystems. How we manage these ecosystems and landscapes therefore plays a critical role in long-term pollinator health.
Hike on the Appalachian Trail
Appalachian Trail Hike
Date: January 31th, 2015
Winter Wildlife Detective
Lots of observing, exploring, arts and crafts.
Wilderness survival skills, games-discover nature!
Why Fireflies Flash At Night?
The Lusty (And Flavorable) Lives Of Fireflies Now that summer is here many of us have begun seeing fireflies in our yards and gardens. Despite their small size and preference for dark places, fireflies deservedly receive a lot of attention when summer…