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Campus Pollinator Garden

Girl sitting beside created habitat for native pollinators
Josephine Rios and Natalie Durling, students at George Washington Carver School of Arts and Sciences, took on a project that both beautified their school’s campus and created habitat for native pollinators. The duo, aiming to attract a variety of pollinators to the school garden, did their research (or “beesearch” as they called it) on specific species to plant and bee hotel to install. They also installed drip irrigation in their plot, which will serve as a demonstration garden highlighting water-wise, and pollinator friendly landscaping practices.

Girls working in garden Student giving thumbs up near habitats for native pollinators