Pollinator Gardens

20th Street Pollinator Gardens

Pollinator gardens are vibrant sanctuaries nestled amidst urban landscapes that play a vital role in supporting local ecosystems. These gardens are thoughtfully designed with native plants that attract and nourish essential pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and birds. Our 20th Street Pollinator Gardens provide vital refuges for pollinators, offering them abundant sources of food and shelter.

Pollinator gardens play a crucial role in mitigating the impacts of urbanization by enhancing biodiversity, improving air quality, and promoting ecological resilience. By creating pockets of greenery in our city, these gardens help combat the urban heat island effect, reduce carbon emissions, and provide essential habitat for a diverse array of wildlife.

Theses pollinator gardens serve not only as agents of position change for the environment but as living classrooms, inspiring and educating our community about the importance of biodiversity and conservation.

The Golden Triangle takes pride in their many sustainability efforts, click here to learn more.