Pollinator Maintenance at Lincoln Heights Elementary

SWC members broke out the garden gloves and tools on July 7 for an early-morning pollinator garden maintenance workday at our sponsored Lincoln Heights Elementary School site, working with the school’s Environmental Connections Integration Specialist Laura Wood. The new pollinator plants have matured this year and are a rich mixture of colors and textures, but some invaders like crabgrass have been inserting themselves and needed to be carefully dug out. There is discussion of expansion plans in the fall, as the pollinator theme “takes root!”


One thought on “Pollinator Maintenance at Lincoln Heights Elementary

  1. Awesome! During the school year, does Laura think some students might be able to come out and help with with garden as well?

    On Sat, Jul 10, 2021, 4:29 PM South Wake Conservationists wrote:

    > Monty Moree posted: ” SWC members broke out the garden gloves and tools on > July 7 for an early-morning pollinator garden maintenance workday at our > sponsored Lincoln Heights Elementary School site, working with the school’s > Environmental Connections Integration Specialist Lau” >

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