The timbre frame pollinator barn is a component of the Piper Creek Restoration Agriculture Project in Red Deer, AB. Built in the foot print of the original historic barn, this new open air timbre frame barn is designed to provide an inspirational and engaging site for local citizens to learn about pollinators, beavers, and riparian ecosystems. Living Lands has designed the pollinator nesting and keystone species recognition components for the barn walls, and will be installing these components in the summer of 2020.
Hands-on workshops with several local schools (Mother Teresa School, Glendale School, Lacombe Junior High). Students learned about pollinators, and helped construct of “pollinator hotel blocks” to be included in the Piper Creek Restoration Agriculture Project’s open air pollinator habitat barn.