Flutterby Festival Celebrates Pollinators

Celebrate butterflies and other pollinators with a day of family fun and educational activities during the annual Flutterby Festival at the Village Arboretum, Pinehurst, September 25, 2021, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Presented by the Village Heritage Foundation and the Village of Pinehurst, the … Read More

Native Pollinator Garden – Haven for Monarch Enthusiasts

Jody Young (left), Sandy Garrett and Janet Farrell of Linden Garden Club of Pinewild, prepare to release a monarch butterfly after affixing a tiny tracking tag to its wing. By Claudia Watson Special to The Pilot Oct 1, 2020 Today, several friends from the Linden … Read More

Rich Learning Experience: Arboretum’s Native Pollinator Garden

The golden-yellow flowers of Lanceleaf Coreopsis create a fantastic display at the Pollinator Garden in the Village Arboretum in Pinehurst. TED FITZGERALD/The PilotBy Claudia Watson Special to The Pilot 6/16/2020 The brilliantly colored Native Pollinator Garden at the Village Arboretum in Pinehurst is a bevy … Read More

Pollinator Garden Installation

Lynda Acker, Claudia Watson                The installation of the Village Heritage Foundation’s Native Pollinator Garden at the Village Arboretum in Pinehurst was completed on May 15. The garden showcases a variety of native plants and grasses that attract pollinators. … Read More

New Garden Magic: Native Pollinator Garden Opens at Arboretum

by Claudia Watson Special to The Pilot June 3, 2019… It was the wayward flight of a determined monarch butterfly that has offered enchantment to the recent installation of the Native Pollinator Garden at the Village Arboretum in Pinehurst. Just days before the garden’s installation, … Read More

Village Arboretum adds Native Pollinator Garden

By Claudia Watson… It’s been nearly 20 years since Beth Stevens first walked the land with her mother. It was littered with trash, auto scrap and broken china. Stevens waves her hand and turns to look up the hill. “This was the village landfill,” she … Read More