• Filene Center lawn filled with patrons

    Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts

    Virginia

Landscape Restoration

Meadow restoration planning

Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts is planning a meadow restoration installation at the "dimple" near the Filene Center's main gate. The main goal of the project would be to "demonstrate that Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts is serious about natural resource management and is willing to take bold steps to show that it is prepared to be a leader in the community as well as the National Park Service."

The project is planned for the spring 2012 and will be done with partners; The Wallace Genetic Foundation, The Meadow Project, Earth Sangha, the Center for Urban Ecology, and other partners.

More information from one of our partners is available at Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens

Did You Know?

Climate Friendly Parks

Wolf Trap is part of the National Park Service's "Climate Friendly Parks" program. In doing so, Wolf Trap belongs to a network of national parks that are putting climate friendly behaviors at the forefront of park planning and operations. More...