REGENERATIVE GARDENS AND ECOSYSTEMS

The nurseries are protected spaces where we can propagate and cultivate beneficial plants, like endangered natives, and edible and medicinal plants.
Seeding along the swale at the Field Station.
Seeding along the swale at the Field Station.
Broad, fuzzy leaves are characteristic of Mullein, a native and medicinal plant. The dry seed heads provide food for birds.
Broad, fuzzy leaves are characteristic of Mullein, a native and medicinal plant. The dry seed heads provide food for birds.
Mullein, a native and medicinal plant, in full bloom.
Mullein, a native and medicinal plant, in full bloom.
We have begun to re-introduce native species to areas of the meadow with seed and transplants. Our hope is to support pollinators and build habitat for a diversity of species .

Swamp Milkweed brings color and pollinators back into the garden.

Winterberry provides food for birds, deer and small mammals throughout the winter. 

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