The Burlington Greenway Rehabilitation features seven road intersection plantings that emphasize native plants which are bird and pollinator friendly, are specific to their respective environments, and are often associated with storm water infrastructure improvements to improve climate resilience. A total of 547 native plants were installed at these seven planting locations. To find other native plant options, explore Audubon's Native Plant Database. audubon.org/plantsforbirds
Audubon’s blue Plants for Birds signs were installed at each of the seven road intersection plantings (Little Eagle Bay, Driftwood Lane, Leddy Park, Shore Road, Staniford Road, Starr Farm Road, and North Ave.). Signs will be visible to pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers in these locations.
The Burlington Greenway (Bike Path) is the crown jewel of the Burlington parks system and is an immensely popular attraction during the summer, fall and spring and, increasingly, the winter months. For more information: https://enjoyburlington.com/venue/burlington-bike-path/