Tag Archives: pollinator garden

Washington on the Brazos Pollinator Garden Workday

Volunteer Opportunity: VMS Category: Washington on the Brazos State Park Anyone interested in helping to weed and tidy the WoB Pollinator Garden is welcome to join us. We’ll be working from 9 – 11 a.m. Please bring gloves and hand tools for pulling weeds. Garbage bags will be provided. Please let Julie Itz or David Itz know if you will be available to assist.

Winedale Garden and Trail workday – cancelled

VMS opportunity: Winedale Landscape Project This workday has been cancelled. Please join the group for another workday after the first of the year.

Indian Creek Nature Park Work Day

VMS Category: Indian Creek Nature Area We have created and maintained for several years this beautifully wooded natural area that is located behind the Texas Cotton Gin Museum in Burton.  There is a grassed picnic area and table, a bat box and a wooden bridge to a nature area along Indian Creek which sometimes runs with a small waterfall.  Our volunteer activities include mulching and maintaining the two trail systems, mowing, controlling invasive ligustrum, introducing natives and looking after a terraced pollinator garden for the enjoyment of the… Read More →

Winedale Garden and Trail workday – cancelled

VMS opportunity: Winedale Landscape Project This workday has been cancelled. Please join the group for another workday after the first of the year.

Washington on the Brazos Pollinator Garden Workday

Volunteer Opportunity: VMS Category: Washington on the Brazos State Park Anyone interested in helping to weed and tidy the WoB Pollinator Garden is welcome to join us. We’ll be working from 9 – 11 a.m. Please bring gloves and hand tools for pulling weeds. Garbage bags will be provided. Please let Julie Itz or David Itz know if you will be available to assist.

Winedale Garden and Trail workday

VMS opportunity: Winedale Landscape Project Note the change in date from Friday to Thursday for this date only. We will plan to finish the mulch in the pollinator garden, do any necessary trimming and transplant the 2 long leaf dogwood trees to the Nature Trail area. Please RSVP if possible so we can know who to expect. “Many hands make light work, and infinitely more fun!” Thanking you in advance. Jan Hughes

Indian Creek Nature Park Work Day

VMS Category: Indian Creek Nature Area We have created and maintained for several years this beautifully wooded natural area that is located behind the Texas Cotton Gin Museum in Burton.  There is a grassed picnic area and table, a bat box and a wooden bridge to a nature area along Indian Creek which sometimes runs with a small waterfall.  Our volunteer activities include mulching and maintaining the two trail systems, mowing, controlling invasive ligustrum, introducing natives and looking after a terraced pollinator garden for the enjoyment of the… Read More →

Winedale Garden and Trail workday – cancelled

VMS opportunity: Winedale Landscape Project Once again, I want to remind everyone that the monthly Winedale work days are:  Second Saturdays, and Fourth Fridays. Please remember to bring gloves, hats, bug spray, suntan lotion for protection. TOOLS: spades, sharpshooters, hand trowels; hand pruners, loppers, tree saws, a chainsaw or two if possible….with fuel and bar chain oil, a sharp chain, and chain tool; rock rakes and leaf rakes. I’ll bring the leaf bags, and cool drinking water…maybe even a big watermelon as it seems to be getting a lot warmer…. Read More →

Washington on the Brazos Pollinator Garden Workday

Volunteer Opportunity: VMS Category: Washington on the Brazos State Park Anyone interested in helping to weed and tidy the WoB Pollinator Garden is welcome to join us. We’ll be working from 9 – 11 a.m. Please bring gloves and hand tools for pulling weeds. Garbage bags will be provided. Please let Julie Itz or David Itz know if you will be available to assist.

Winedale Garden and Trail workday

VMS opportunity: Winedale Landscape Project Once again, I want to remind everyone that the monthly Winedale work days are:  Second Saturdays, and Fourth Fridays. Please remember to bring gloves, hats, bug spray, suntan lotion for protection. TOOLS: spades, sharpshooters, hand trowels; hand pruners, loppers, tree saws, a chainsaw or two if possible….with fuel and bar chain oil, a sharp chain, and chain tool; rock rakes and leaf rakes. I’ll bring the leaf bags, and cool drinking water…maybe even a big watermelon as it seems to be getting a lot warmer…. Read More →