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The Pollinator Project

Samuel Brice Hall

Samuel Brice Hall is the director of investor relations for Piedmont Private Equity in Atlanta, Georgia. Aside from his professional endeavors, Samuel Brice Hall supports the Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land.

Since 2011, the Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land has been working to preserve undeveloped lands and turn them into public parks. In addition to offering recreational opportunities, the parks provide important educational outlets and preserve habitat for local wildlife. Currently, the trust holds ownership of over 10,000 acres of land in southeast Georgia, northwest North Carolina, and eastern Tennessee.
The Pollinator Project is a Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land initiative that aims to increase the numbers of bees and monarch butterflies. As part of the project, organizers hope to counteract the negative impact farming, pesticides, weed killers, and a reduction of natural habitat have had on the these key pollinators. To that end, pollinator gardens have been created at several of the trust’s parks. The gardens are carefully planted with species that provide nectar for bees and butterflies as well as food for growing caterpillars. Milkweed and flowering plants are key components of pollinator gardens. Also included in the trust’s gardens are bee hotels and butterfly shelters.

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