Friday, November 15, 2013

A Pathway to Pollination

Photo by C. Coimbra
The Pollinator Pathway is a mile-long, 12-foot wide corridor of pollinator-friendly gardens in the middle of Seattle, WA. 

From the website:
The point of this iconic project is to connect two isolated public green spaces...with a corridor of native-pollinator-focused gardens... Twenty Pollinator Pathway gardens are now in place...The project merges landscape, human systems, and design thinking, and encompasses a public project, a large scale visual book, and a certification framework. The project now spans six years of research, teaching and work.

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