As part of the ongoing native landscape improvements at Audubon house we are installing a pathway system which will highlight the retention gardens on the East side of the Audubon House and unify the butterfly/pollinator garden, the wetland demonstration garden, and the retention gardens. We call the retention area gardens “Lagoon Gardens” to emphasize their role in educating the public as to their role of protecting and restoring our Indian River Lagoon by decreasing the use of fertilizer. The landscaping and education efforts are being done in partnership with the Indian River County IFAS Extension and the Master Gardener Program.
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