Our native wildflower pollinator garden is PLANTED! Thank-you to all the volunteers who helped, and a special thanks to Aimee Hemphill, who coordinated all aspects of the planting. Aimee spent many hours researching plant selection, and coordinating efforts with Refuge management and volunteers. The focus of this garden will be to showcase locally native plantings that benefit pollinators and are good for home landscape gardens. Check out the bed. Its next to the Harmony trail parking lot on Pigeon Creek Road. As plants emerge in the Spring, plant markers and signage will be installed to identify each species.