Date: Saturday, June 22, 2019, 10:00 am – noon
Location: Eagle Creek Greenway- 56th Street Trailhead 7225 West 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46254 (next to the Colts Facility- Corner of 56th St. and Reed Road)
Interested in learning more about pollinators and why they are important? Take a walk with Indy Land Stewardship and Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District staff to learn how native plants provide habitat for beneficial insects like bees, butterflies, and moths. Key principles of soil health will also be introduced through the practices at the Marion County SWCD Soil Health Garden. Participants will meet at the Mayor’s Garden at Eagle Creek Park, West 56th Street & Reed Road, and should be prepared for a 1.5-mile walk round trip. All ages and abilities welcome. The program is free, but registration is limited to 35 participants so register soon to save your spot on the walk!