Meadow Garden

Throughout the year bluebirds are one of the many species of wildlife that can be observed in this wetland meadow restored in 2008 with native plants. This habitat provides the four basic elements necessary for wildlife to survive: food, water, cover, and places to raise young. The Lawrence Hopewell Trail runs along side the meadow and provides cyclists and hikers an opportunity to enjoy the year round display of the native grasses and wildflowers that border the trail on the east side and the row of Winterberry hollies bordering on the west side.

The MEG Meadow Project PDF