Spring is in the air and the Beede Site Group is hard at work with spring cleaning. In our latest lunch and learn, Woodard & Curran Project Manager George Franklin and Technical Manager Keri Lauer provided an update on ongoing Wildlife Habitat Council efforts, including videos of them cleaning out duck boxes and checking on pollinator hives. These projects fall in line with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Greener Cleanups as we continue to prioritize the land and ecosystem with sustainability measures that reduce our overall environmental footprint.
We invited Woodard & Curran Project Ecologist Raina Singleton to share with us how some pollinator habitat enhancement measures can be applied to our own backyards. If you missed this event, check out the recording to learn more about starting your own pollinator garden to add natural beauty to your outdoor space, boost your vegetable garden yield, and support the local ecosystem.