We work hard to preserve and enrich our environment with native plants, including the native pollinator plants, such as lupine, sunflower, and sage.  In 2019, we will begin a new project where we will devote approximately 10 acres of our land to growing native pollinators.  Preserving these plants also means we have to work to destroy invasive species, such as skeleton weed, medusa head, and tansy ragwort.