. . . a landscape carved
renewed by nature
Our favorite birders, brothers Ezra and Theo Staengl, are featured in this week's Cville. The article by Carol Diggs describes an evening walk in search of woodcocks.Now 16 and 14, Ezra and Theo are mainstays of the Blue Ridge Young Birders Club for avian enthusiasts...
We learned recently that The Quarry Gardens at Schuyler have been included in the Virginia Native Plant Society's Registry— joining twenty other sites in the Commonwealth. The Quarry Gardens site report may be found...
Trails around two quarry pools meander among prairie plantings, butterfly and pollinator gardens, wetlands, vernal pools, a fern gully, and a waterside talus—all afforded by the site’s extraordinary diversity of geology, elevation, and soil chemistry. This showcase of locally native plant communities is open for visits by appointment.