Nature Patch at Eagle Point Planted December 16th
Friends of Terwilliger wants to thank the twenty+ volunteers, photographed here, who came to help us plant natives in the Eagle Point area of Terwilliger Parkway.
We couldn’t have done it without all of our tenacious and dedicated volunteers! THANK YOU!!!
Would you believe we planted over 2,000 native species including bare-root plants and native bulbs in a three-hour period?
Now we look forward to the winter rains helping to establish these plants that will provide food for our native pollinators and other critical wildlife. Check out the photos of this level area at Eagle Point, where a house once stood for over 120 years. Learn more about the house and 1-acre property, how it came into the public’s hands and why we want to protect this special spot in Terwilliger Parkway for it’s views and habitat.
Eagle Point Planted Dec 2023
Want to help us plant more natives at Eagle Point? Check back in January for our next work party where we will be adding native plants to another area of Eagle Point!