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23rd Annual Ann Arbor Garden Walk

23rd Annual Ann Arbor Garden Walk

On Saturday June 8, 2013, the gardens of Greenview Park were featured as a stop on the Ann Arbor Garden Walk, a daylong event sponsored by The Women’s National Farm and Garden Association. Over 400 visitors stopped by to view the Community Garden, Edible Garden and Nature Area. Vendors offering garden plants and garden ornaments(…)

2012 Annual Meeting Information

The Friends of Greenview and Pioneer Nature Areas will be holding their Annual Meeting on November 13, 2012, at 7:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church (1400 West Stadium).  Please enter  near the rear (north) parking lot area  – the meeting room is in the lower level.During the meeting, we will be discussing the upcoming year’s activities(…)

Fall Workday 2012 Roundup!

Fall Workday 2012 Roundup!

A big thank you for all who participated in the Fall Workday on October 6, 2012. With your help, we were able to spread wood chips on the trails, stockpile buckthorn for chipping, add plantings to the edible garden, and continue with enhancement of the frog meadow. You may notice that the central pathway and(…)

Edible Garden

The Friends of Greenview and Pioneer Nature Areas have planted this demonstration garden for your education and enjoyment. Its purpose is to showcase interesting food plants that grow well in this area. In addition to being edible, the plants we selected for this demonstration garden are also attractive and easy to grow, thus good for(…)

Join Us for 2012 Fall Clean-Up

Join Us for 2012 Fall Clean-Up

Saturday, October 6, 9:00 a.m. – Noon Greenview and Pioneer Woods Rain or shine A family-friendly event – Bring your kids! Contact Park Steward Jim Rogers for more info, 635-0472, jimandmelrogers@comcast.net View PDF Flyer

Frog Meadow

Frog Meadow

The Friends of Greenview & Pioneer Nature Areas is working in conjunction with local herpetologist David Mifsud and Natural Area Preservation (NAP) to restore habitat located in the Frog Meadow with hopes of translocating egg masses of the Northern Leopard Frog to the meadow. The Frog Meadow refers to the area which borders the wetlands(…)

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