Pollinator Habitat at Casey Farm

This is a slideshow of how it looks in 2020.

Plum Beach Garden Club, in partnership with the Pollinator Rescue Project RI, began the creation of a Pollinator Habitat at Casey Farm 2016.  All are invited to visit this garden that is part of the mission to educate and demonstrate how pollinator friendly gardens can be established on any scale.

Pollinator Rescue Project RI is a collaboration of organizations dedicated to protecting and encouraging the proliferation of pollinator species that are endangered. Members include Plum Beach Garden Club, North Kingstown Water Dept.,N.K. Groundwater Committee, Casey Farm/Historic New England, Rhode Island Wild Plant Society and Blue Moon Farm Perennials. 

This is how it looked in 2016 when PBGC member Carol Gjelsvik, pictured front and center above, gathered a team to begin the work.

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June 2020 ...

Educational Poster

Our 48"x30" poster is sometimes available for appropriate events. Please request by email:


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