News & Updates
We are happy to announce that the Friends of Greenview and Pioneer Nature Areas received a grant from the Ann Arbor Branch of the Women’s National Farm and Garden Association. The grant monies will be used for Buckthorn removal, tree planting and landscape restoration.
On Saturday, October 3rd from 9 am-Noon, Friends of Greenview will be gathering for their Fall Workday. Come join us!
On Saturday, May 2nd from 9 am-Noon, Friends of Greenview will be gathering for their Spring Workday. Come join us!
You may have noticed the large piles of cut buckthorn at Greenview. Thanks to Jim Rogers and Paul Callam 10 large piles have been stacked and are ready to be chipped. We want to thank them for their hard work! Through efforts like these, among others, we are gradually replanting appropriate vegetation and restoring the(…)
A big thank you for all who participated in the Fall Workday on September 30, 2013. With your help, we were able to spread wood chips on the trails and weed the Edible Garden. Approximately 60 Friends and neighbors attended this event and contributed their time toward improving the Greenview and Pioneer Nature Areas.
The Friends of Greenview and Pioneer Nature Area was awarded a grant for tree planting from the Detroit Energy Foundation and Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Eight oak trees have been planted along S. Seventh as well as 8 new evergreen trees. We want to thank the Friends and neighbors for helping plant these trees(…)
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(…)