The Pollinator Garden Assistance and Recognition Program will recognize the Pollinator Garden/Monarch Way Station outside of Wild Birds Unlimited with a plaque presentation at 11 a.m. Wednesday.

The public is invited to attend the event at the garden, located adjacent to the store at 855 Junction Highway.

According to a spokesman from Wild Birds Unlimited, the garden was planted to raise awareness that a native pollinator garden is essential for bees, wasps, butterflies, moths, files and beetles, and that such a garden can be planted anywhere.

The Pollinator Garden Assistance and Recognition Program is a joint project of Texas Master Naturalist and Native Plant Society volunteers who educate local homeowners, groups, institutions and organizations about the importance of native plants and habitat in the Hill Country.

For more information on Wednesdays program, contact Wild Birds Unlimited at 830895-7393 or

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