Wild Thyme Farm Riparian Habitat



 Creating Ponds
 Plastic Remediation
 Digging Out

 Stream and Ponds
 Wetland Habitat

 Planting Trees
 Maintaining Trees
 Site Plan
 Trees & Shrubs


East Bank Wetlands
An expression of landscape art creating a variety of wetland environments
The eastern watershed drains through the ravine in front of the farmhouse, passing under the driveway through a culvert before it enters Garrard Creek. After a decade of digging, remediation, replanting and landscaping, these wetlands have been transformed into a series of ponds, cascading down from the stream. The following pages show the process creating this waterscape.
Canoeing summer 2008
Canoeing on the east bank ponds, summer 2008.

East Bank Pond
Small cascades filling the pond below.

East Bank Walk
Along the terraced ravine bank is a crushed glass walkway.
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