The Wildflower Project

“We should so live and labor in our time that what came to us as seed may go to the next generations as blossom.” – Henry Ward Beecher

April showers bring…
Flores de Mayo!

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TWP invites you to come out to Urban Growler on Saturday, May 5 from 12-5 pm for a pollinator party!

Live music in the parking lot starting with The Back 40s at 12:30, then Part Time Ex’s at 2, and The Wayward McCoys at 3:30! No fees if you support native bees!

Urban Growler Brewing Company will donate $1 of every Flagship pint sold to build new pollinator habitat (wildflower gardens!) in the Twin Cities. So come have a drink for a good cause and let’s celebrate spring!

You can also buy a scoop of local ice cream from the Bridgeman’s Ice Cream truck!

Taste and experience the many honey varieties that Minnesota has to offer and honey creations featuring two local honey companies: Bolton Bees & Bare Honey. BEE Excited!

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Interested in our work and want to learn more? Fill out the form and let us know how you’d like to participate with The Wildflower Project!


By installing wildflower gardens in underutilized or vacant spaces, The Wildflower Project aims to restore the health of pollinator habitat in the Twin Cities. We hope to bring vibrant, natural beauty back to our urban communities, while fostering education and awareness through volunteerism and partnerships. Our mission is to take spaces with no hope and give them a purpose.

We see an opportunity to be a good neighbor – to all those who inhabit our ecosystem. The idea is simple. The impact could be substantial. And it only starts with a seed.

Simply put, we are planting with a purpose.

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