This season’s gardening effort has featured the Skyridge Wildlife Garden Project. I have been part of the project from helping to write a grant proposal last summer to a whirlwind of planting activity through the months of June and July! Skyridge Wildlife Garden is a native plant garden located at Skyridge Church of the Brethren in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The garden area is the basin of a storm water detention area and the surrounding slopes. My fellow volunteers and I have installed over 40 varieties of native plants to help support native pollinators and other area wildlife! Click on the link in yellow text above to view the Skyridge Wildlife Garden website.
Skyridge Wildlife Garden is a registered garden with the USDA’s People’s Garden Initiative. The People’s Garden supports garden projects that benefit their communities either by creating recreational space, providing food harvests for donation to local charities or supporting wildlife species with native plants and sustainable practices. Learn more about this program by clicking on the photo to follow the link.