The Buhr Park Children's Wet Meadow Project created and supports a group of wet meadow ecosystems in Ann Arbor's Buhr Park. The wet meadows provide a habitat for native plants and animals, an attractive educational site for children, neighbors and other visitors, and an environmental filter for stormwater runoff from the park grounds.


The group conducts an annual prescribed burn of the meadow in April with the city's Natural Area Preservation program, and participates in the annual All Species Parade.

Urban Edibles

The Buhr Park Children's Wet Meadow Project has started a Food Forest, located on the north end of the parking lot – the south end of Wet Meadow 3. The Food Forest includes raspberries, grapes, apple and pear trees, nut trees and other edibles.