Plant Yourself at the Museum
Garden Volunteers make everything more beautiful at the Museum of Transportation. Each Thursday from 8 am - 11 am, we tackle a different location on our 42-acre campus. Join us!
On May 16th, members of Clayton Garden Club installed sustainable native plants around Barrett Station to add color, beauty, and habitat for birds and butterflies. The plantings included aromatic aster, orange coneflower, and columbine.
On May 12th, students from Parkway's SPARK! program volunteered at the Museum of Transportation to pull weeds and plant some sustainable native wildflowers.
To learn more, or to schedule a volunteer group workday, please contact our horticulturalist April Anderson