Indigenous Connection Pollinator Garden


To create a native plant garden that supports the local population of pollinators and connects these plants to their traditional ceremonial and medicinal Indigenous uses.


We grew a variety of flowering perennials from seed starting in February. We then purchased 5 metal raised garden beds and prepared the planting site with mulch from the Town. We then filled the beds with soil and planted our baby plants. The students researched their plants and created a profile on each. The profile reflected the role in the ecosystem, any external factors impacting the plant’s ability to grow and the Indigenous name and usage. The students also made the connection between the importance of the plant to a specific species of pollinator.

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