Ambler family feat. by the Inquirer for their ‘sustainable pollinator gardens’

Zibi and Kasia Bieniaszewski of Ambler were featured today by the Philadelphia Inquirer in an article titled “Turning yards into sustainable pollinator gardens”.

The Bieniaszewskis’ split-level property features manicured lawns, sustainable gardens, three beehives, and a sign that reads: “Whitpain Township Sustainable Property.”

Zibi is a member of the Whitpain Township Environmental Advisory Council and wants other homeowners “to turn lawns into native habitats to support pollinators and reduce stormwater runoff.” According to the story, he learned about sustainable gardening at Wissahickon Trails workshops.

He and Kasia purchase most produce from Weavers Way Co-op and local farmers’ markets. They were named Cooperators of the Month by Weavers Way in 2018.

The full story is here.

Photos: Philadelphia Inquirer, Weavers Way