Purple Lovegrass

Greenways North Field Habitat Restoration

August 27, 2015

A sweat bee on New England aster at Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Rich Couse.
Purple lovegrass at Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Rich Couse.
A cabbage white at Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Rich Couse.
A honey bee and a beetle on tall white aster at Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Rich Couse.
A European skipper on spotted joe-pye weed at Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Rich Couse.
A bumble bee on New England aster at Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland, photographed by Rich Couse.
Sudbury Valley Trustees has been working to restore a portion of the Greenways Conservation Area in Wayland to a native wildflower meadow. Thanks to the hard work of volunteers and staff, the wildflowers are blooming in their first season. Even better, they are being visited by multiple and diverse pollinators, as seen in these photos taken by SVT's Habitat Management Specialist, Rich Couse. Learn more about the Greenways north field habitat restoration efforts.