Pollinator Garden

Offsets threats to the monarch butterfly migration.

Assures a diverse food source throughout the season.

Provides herbicide-free nectar for a variety of pollinators.

Pollinator Habitat Sign
Pollinator Habitat Sign
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The Bowl Before Work on The Garden
The Bowl Before Work on The Garden
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Caterpillar
Caterpillar
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Sewing seed
Sewing seed
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Ground Ready for Pollinator Garden
Ground Ready for Pollinator Garden
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Adding Compost to Garden Soil
Adding Compost to Garden Soil
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Butterfly
Butterfly
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Butterfly on Coneflower
Butterfly on Coneflower
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Monarch Butterfly
Monarch Butterfly
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Scouts Made Benches
Scouts Made Benches
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The Garden as it Looked in 1950's
The Garden as it Looked in 1950's
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Flowering Native Plants
Flowering Native Plants
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In 2014, in response to threats to the monarch butterfly migration and bee colony collapse, La Vista created a pollinator garden.  Volunteers weeded and seeded a 6,000 square foot area.  An Eagle Scout troop made four benches for the garden.  We continue to develop this garden each year.

Since pollinators are responsible for every third bite of food we eat, and because their disappearance creates a hole in the ecosystem, we consider this effort important in contributing to the integrity of creation.  

We understand that monarch butterflies are migrants as they travel from the North to Mexico and back yearly. We are happy to provide milkweed, necessary for their development.