Bee flowers
Our northeast field had a twenty-five by 300 feet berm, one to two feet high, that prevented the acequia water from irrigating it. JPR Decorative Gravel sent over some big equipment and dedicated employees to clear out the stretch, making it level with the rest of the field. In effect, they made available to us 750 ft. sq. of irrigable land. Afterwards a dedicated parishioner, Blas Muñoz, brought in his Bobcat and cleaned up the edges. In Spring 2020 we seeded it with wildflowers fit for bees. As the years advance our little strip of flowers will become fuller offering more and more nectar.
John Campbell, a neigbor, working away at the berm. You can see one of the signature JPR pink trucks as the company is owned by three ladies, all sisters.
Bee Flowers
Our northeast field had a twenty-five by 300 feet berm, one to two feet high, that prevented the acequia water from irrigating it. JPR Decorative Gravel sent over some big equipment and dedicated employees to clear out the stretch, making it level with the rest of the field. In effect, they made available to us 750 ft. sq. of irrigable land. Afterwards a dedicated parishioner, Blas Muñoz, brought in his Bobcat and cleaned up the edges. In Spring 2020 we seeded it with wildflowers fit for bees. As the years advance our little strip of flowers will become fuller offering more and more nectar.
John Campbell, a neigbor, working away at the berm. You can see one of the signature JPR pink trucks as the company is owned by three ladies, all sisters.