Help make a sign for the pollinator garden
The Pollinator Garden teachers recently picked up over 100 pollinator plants from Wing and A Prayer Farm. Besides looking absolutely beautiful, these plants will help bring the garden alive with butterflies, bees, and other insects. The team is looking for someone to help make the signs that the kids are designing in art class. It requires someone who is comfortable gluing and grouting tiles. These tiles will be stuck onto boards which will be mounted onto stakes. Please contact Patricia Piekara if you can assist (email@example.com).
Pollinator plants are flowering perennials, annuals, or shrubs that provide the nectar and pollen essential for a flourishing pollinator population. Pollinators include hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects. Pollinator plants maintain a healthy pollinator population, which allows for crops and flowers to continue producing seeds and fruits via insect pollination and helps sustain a healthy garden and vibrant ecosystem (Source: Monrovia.com).