Spring cleanup in the meadow
Wild Seed Project: Returning native plants to the Maine landscape
Spring cleanup in the meadow

Spring “Cleanup” in the Meadow

by Gregg Raymond • March 12, 2019

We share our meadow with many living things, and we do our best to keep them happy. Each fall, we leave the dead stems and seedpods standing to provide winter food and shelter for wildlife. The little bluestems hold their . . . Read More »

Return of the Meadow

Return of the meadow

by Heather McCargo • January 5, 2017

Meadows are beautiful dynamic habitats with rich populations of plants and animals, and unfortunately, they have been reduced substantially in the last 50 years. Contributing to their decline is the tractor mower which makes it very easy for everyone to . . . Read More »

Managing Meadows and Lawns for Beauty and Biodiversity

by Heather McCargo • June 26, 2015

MEADOWS In the summertime, meadows are buzzing with life. Vegetation is tall and verdant, many species of flowering plants are blooming, and sex and child rearing are in full swing among plants and animals. A meadow is a rich habitat . . . Read More »