The garden at Anita Stroud Park will serve as a water collection area, to manage storm water drainage issues that impact a well-used circular pathway that borders the park’s picnic shelter. Environmental Artist-in-Residence at McColl Center for Visual Art, Elizabeth Conner, wanted to improve the space for park users, and make the project replicable for residents who want to try something similar at home, or for future neighborhood-based projects within the park. It’s the first Environmental Art installations at Brightwalk. Only native plants have been selected for this project, and many will attract birds, bees, and butterflies. Check it out today!