About The River

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Pollinator Sky Rise

 St. Paul,  Minnesota has a Pollinator Sky Rise in the park areas in hopes to help Urban Pollinators.

The above link is an article about the idea of the Sky Rise for Pollinators.

“This is a great big beautiful sculpture that can draw people in and get them to pay attention in ways they might not have otherwise before,” Lovelee said.

I loved what Amanda Lovelee said in the interview. Getting people to be aware of our loss of pollinators is the first step. What a fun idea with this beautiful sculpture. It will get people to stop and think about things for a moment. They may decide to do more research and see how they can help. 

Good Luck Urban Pollinators.. hope you find this Sky Rise, Home Sweet Home.

And the winner is..

Kris from Junk Chic Cottage 

Kris won The Stroll in the Garden card collection from The Little Garden That Could.


  1. This is totally awesome! And pretty as well. I wish every city would do this, that would be a huge help.

  2. Isn't that something! A terrific idea most certainly.
    Thank you for Sharing this with us.

    Congratulations to your winner, such a blessing.

    Take care ♡

  3. What a great pollinator centre. I think people should plant more flowers and have gardens in urban areas.
    Hugs, Julia

  4. The Pollinator centre is so cool and needed. Thank you so much for the Cards!!!! I love flowers and will love having these sweet cards. Thank you so much for the win.
    Happy Thursday.

  5. Congratulations to Kris! She will love those!! I've never seen these before...how cool! And what a fabulous idea!! Love and hugs!!

  6. What a great idea! I don't remember seeing this this when we were there - is it new?

  7. Many congratulations to Kris.

    I've not seen a sky rise pollinator before, a good idea.

    All the best Jan

  8. Interesting. I'll have to check it out the next time I'm over there. :)

  9. This is such a cool sculpture and great idea! Congrats to Kris!!

  10. Congratulations, Kris!! And what a neat idea.

  11. That is great that they are raising awareness. So many people are unaware of the problem.


High Fives from Wisconsin!