199 More to Go: First of 200 Planned Plantings Made in Madison
From left, Diann Roberts, Kellie Brady, John Armsrtong, Vicki Littell, and Fran Brady (not pictured: Sue Stark and Pam Gallagher) help the town toward a goal of 200 (or more) new native plants by 2026. (Photo courtesy of Fran Brady)
Local conservationists have an ambitious goal: planting 200 native trees, grasses, and other perennials ahead of Madison’s 200 year anniversary in 2026. Their first planting, a native dogwood, is now rooted in the pollinator garden at the Library Annex.