Thayer's Corner Nature Area is one of the unique and beautiful parks in Northville Township. Located on the outskirts of the community, it provides the look and feel of "up north Michigan." Available to community residents are trails for walking, hiking or horseback riding, community gardens, picnic benches, and wildlife.
There is now a new picnic shelter with stone fireplace. The nature area is available for community events and can be scheduled for a small fee by contacting us. Thayer's Corner Nature Area has been developed as a "labor of love" by the Friends of Thayer's Corner Nature Area and is financed by Northville Township. We invite residents to enjoy the park, walk the trails or plant a garden, but ask that you leave only your footprints.
The Historic Barn and Picnic Shelter are available on our website on the Rental Information page. The historic barn and picnic shelter can be rented for birthday parties, showers, or other special events and MUST BE scheduled in advance.
Power Point Presentation created by Margie Banner for 6/17/2015 Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) seminar on community gardens.
Here is a summary of the Garden Rules: (Please review the complete list of rules here: Garden Rules.
1) NO FENCES
2) NO WEED CLOTH OR CARPET i
3) DO NOT HOOK HOSES TO THE HYDRANTS
4) USE THE DUMPSTER FOR YOUR GARDEN TRASH.
5) THE BUCKETS ARE NOT FOR GARDEN DEBRIS AND TRASH.
6) DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE INTO THE GARDEN AREA.
7) BE CONSIDERATE OF OTHER PEOPLES PROPERTY.
It is now the end of July and we are having quite a heat wave and dry spell, however this afternoon the gardens received a much needed soaking. "You Don't need to water tomorrow!"
We have our annual picnic this Sunday, August 2nd 3pm at the Picnic shelter. Read on to see the pictures of the Garden thanks to Alexandra Walton, Margie's daughter.
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Preparing the smart vegetable garden
Productive vegetable gardens are based on a strong foundation, and that foundation is the soil.
Rhubarb – spring’s first “tart” vegetable
Rhubarb is spring’s earliest and oldest perennial vegetable.
Hippo Water Roller
A water roller!!!! May be a good solution for some of our gardeners.