On Sunday, September 15, a group from Radnor Bird Town and Wayne Elementary School spread 5 to 7 yards of Radnor Township compost in the two Bird
Gardens at the school.
Radnor Bird Town is working with the elementary schools to maintain and improve the
Bird Gardens at each school, with emphasis on using mostly native plants
in the gardens. The gardens were originally installed with the help
of Audubon PA, The Radnor Education Foundation and The Radnor
The compost was delivered by Radnor Township to each of the schools.
Radnor's other elementary schools will also be taking part. Radnor's second grade teacher, Marie Bare, her classes and parent volunteers will be spreading the compost there. Ithan has scheduled a volunteer day for Green Apple Day of Service,
September 28, to spread the compost and do other maintenance in their
garden. Radnor Bird Town will be at that event to lend a hand.
Pictured left to right from Radnor Bird Town: Colin Hingley, Trudy Campbell, Diana Mizer; from Wayne Elementary School: Josh Hilbert and Matt Blair and their children. Also pictured is Chris Campbell, son of Trudy, visiting from the Bronx, NY, who came to help.