[PHOTO CREDIT: CWF CO-OP STUDENT MARIA TOLYMBEK]
CWF’s headquarters has several beds in its Wildlife-friendly Demonstration Garden, such as the Bird Bed and the Drought Bed. This shot was taken in the Woodland area, where spring flowers, fallen logs and trees, like this young white pine, can be found. White pine trees can be extremely tall, have long soft needles and provide food and shelter to many songbirds, woodpeckers and other wildlife. Their beauty has inspired many an artist, including A. J. Casson of the Group of Seven. If you have a large enough lot, you might enjoy growing a white pine on your property.