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The Luquer-Marble Wildflower Garden

The half-acre Luquer-Marble Memorial Wildflower Garden was created in 1955 and dedicated to the memory of Eloise Payne Luquer and Delia West Marble, members of the Bedford Garden Club and long-time conservationists. The two friends were instrumental in acquiring funding for the building of the Trailside Nature Museum, the park's first naturalist, and the development of the park's first nature trails. The garden was started in order to preserve endangered native plants and educate visitors about plant conservation.

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Volunteers Needed!

We are looking for volunteers to join us in our ongoing efforts to maintain the wildflower garden! Call us at (914) 864-7322 or email if you are interested!

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