OPG, Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, unveil butterfly garden, new venture

Iroquois Consulting and M. Sullivan and Son collaborated on the completion of a butterfly and herb garden, and announced the unveiling that they are forming a joint venture, Iroquois-Sullivan.

The garden, which sits in front of the Ontario Power Generation (OPG) Saunders Hydro Dam Visitors’ Centre, was designed to help improve biodiversity in the area by attracting pollinating insects and birds, while also paying homage to plants that hold significance in traditional Mohawk culture, and educating visitors on the uses and history of the traditional herbs planted there.

To find out what plant species were used in the garden and more on the 51% Indigenous owned Iroquois-Sullivan joint venture read the full article here.