On the final day of National Pollinator Week, we are reflecting on the sometimes unseen yet important role of pollinators in sustaining our ecosystem. Did you know, pollinators are responsible for bringing us one in every three bites of food? HEWITT Landscape architects worked with our team at 23rd and Jackson to design a pollinator garden in the “Mid Block Open Space” for the enjoyment of residents and the community. This 390 square-foot, sensory-rich experience filled with flowering gardens, biofiltration planters and points of discovery such as hummingbird feeders and little libraries will become an urban habitat and pollen source for bees, butterflies, moths, hummingbirds and bats while creating a healthier environment for all.