We aim to restore native flora and fauna displaced by rapid urbanization, and to cultivate keepers of Creation. The Piedmont Patch Collaborative is grounded in a belief that the environment and our natural resources will be better sustained, and even thrive, as organizations and individuals work to cultivate one patch at a time. The Project is envisioned as a collaborative effort of The Episcopal Church of The Advocate, the Town of Chapel Hill, the NC Botanical Gardens, the New Hope chapter of the Audubon Society, and individuals with knowledge and skills to share.Learn More!
Come learn about creating wildlife habit with pollinator gardens, with noted pollinator expert Debbie Roos,
at The Episcopal Church of the Advocate on Saturday, February 17, 11:00am – 1:00pm.
The Advocate is located at 8410 Merin Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516.
The event is free but registration by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org is requested.
Thinking about planting a pollinator garden? Interested in supporting local wildlife and bees? Download this PDF and learn about factors to consider when planning and planting a pollinator garden. Download PDF
We are working on a full-featured web site that we hope to launch soon. In the meantime, you can learn more about the project and related efforts through these links.
The Piedmont Patch is located on the campus of The Episcopal Church of the Advocate near the intersection of Merin Rd. & Homestead Rd. in north Chapel Hill.
Want to learn more? Want to join the effort? Have a question? Drop us an email and we'll be in touch!