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Proboscis sipping Pollinator photo

Pollinator Junction – Gardening for LIFE!

From our Pollinary Park Curator, MaryAnn Fink: The Museum of Transportation's Pollinator Junction Park promotes a healthy growing environment and happy place to "bee" for pollinators and us. Pollinator Junction's mission is to demonstrate "Gardening for LIFE:" living creatures, interactive opportunities, food chain support and an eco-balance for us all! This Missouri parkland, located in St. Louis County's metropolitan area, offers a unique relaxed opportunity in a condensed space where people can "pause for pollinators" in a naturally pleasant place and see them as they live and thrive. Enjoy "backyard ecology" as you watch and learn about our flower-powered pollinators. Visitors will see season-long displays of "functional" flowers,  grown for their ability to make food for all of Missouri's primary pollinators. Our winged pollinator guests are butterflies and skippers, nectar moths, hummingbirds, various types of "too busy to care about us" bees including our

Bee on finger Pollinator Garden photo

Pollinary Park

Our new Pollinary Park is all the "Buzzzz!"  "BEE" sure to check back soon. The Park opens March 15,