Posted by: cindydyer | January 12, 2010

One Meadow at a Time

Good news—New York City is turning heads. Here’s an article about an old railroad bed that is now a garden. Bravo!

Happy Tonics did the same thing in Shell Lake, Wisconsin, USA. We created a Monarch Butterfly Habitat, a restored remnant native tall grass prairie, where once buffalo roamed and tall grasses grew.  The habitat is alongside of an old railroad bed on a narrow strip of land, on one half acre. The railroad bed is now a trail for foot travel, bicycle and horses. (Photo of Blazing Star liatris at Damian Vraniak’s Prairie in Springbook, WI, USA)

Dennis Van Engelsdorp spoke about the importance of helping the pollinators especially honey and native bees including the beloved bumble bee. He suggests letting meadows grow. You can view the video on our recent blog posting: A Plea for Bees.

Let’s get beyond the written world. I would love to hear from you and learn what you are doing right now to help Green Up your corner of the world. Let’s turn the abandoned wasteland into something beautiful as a Pay it Forward act of kindness for generations to come.


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