Planting for Pollinators Volunteer Seed Planting Project
The Open Space Visitor Center would like to invite you to participate in helping us with the next stage of the rehabilitation of Field 1, the agricultural field just north of the Visitor Center. We will scatter native grass seeds throughout the field in order to rehabilitate the landscape.
On Sunday May 8th from 9am-10am, we will meet with Permaculturalist Michael Reed to distribute native grass seeds throughout the field.
Please RSVP by call 897-8831. There is a sign-up sheet at the front desk. Please note space is limited, so make sure to call soon to reserve your spot.
Who: The General Public
What: Series of Activities that Celebrate Plants and Pollinators
Where: Open Space Visitor Center Gallery | 6500 Coors Blvd NW at the end of Bosque Meadows Rd.
between Montaño and Paseo del Norte
Contact: Kent Swanson (505) 897-8831 | [email protected]
Did you know that POLLINATORS are responsible for one out of every three bites of food we eat? It’s true; without bees, butterflies, bats, and other pollinators we would not have any strawberries, mangos, melons, or many other items we love so much.
To pay tribute to the amazing gifts pollinators carry from plant to plant and on to our table, the Open Space Visitor Center has organized an exciting series of activities in which you can partake.
*Other scheduled activities:
- Self-guided garden tours
- Perusal of two current art exhibits—
STRATA—beautiful nature-inspired prints by Sarah Vosmus
REMEDIATE—thought-provoking sculptures and weavings by Cristine Posner
- Access to stunning views and trails
The mission of the Open Space Visitor Center’s gardens and fields is to “learn, demonstrate, and share traditional and sustainable agriculture from the earliest growers in the region to the present.”