Pollinator Hexagon Series
Link to review by Chesapeake bay Magazine;
These installations are intended to draw attention to the importance of pollination in the Maryland (and American) landscape and agricultural industry. In 2016 the state passed the Maryland Pollinator Protection Act which bans homeowners from using pesticides containing neonicotinoids, which have been associated with the decline of bee species, both native and non-native (Thus becoming the first state to do so). The installations were constructed using stone, wood and selected native pollinator plants. The inner hexagonal planting areas represent the structure of certain beehives.