A new Phoenix Botanic Garden that was the last remaining wildflower preserve in Arizona has been renamed a “wildflower sanctuary” after it became the latest of several new wildflower preserves to be designated by the federal government as a “sanctuary.”
The new sanctuary designation comes as Congress is expected to pass a new $7.5 billion wildflower restoration bill that will help support wildflower conservation efforts.
The Wildflower Conservation Act of 2016 will also provide $300 million to help build more conservation sites in the region, which are located in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.
The Phoenix Botanics Garden was built in the 1960s and was the first refuge in Arizona for the desert’s native wildflowers.
The sanctuary is now located in a valley just outside of Phoenix where the desert grasslands are abundant and habitat is abundant.
The new sanctuary is located in the foothills of the Yampa Mountains in central Arizona.
Phoenix is the second-largest city in Arizona, and the city has a long history of protecting wildflower habitat.
In the 1960’s, it was the center of a wildflower movement that helped save more than 30,000 wildflower species and habitats from being destroyed by development.
The city built a network of public and private gardens to preserve wildflower habitat in the 1990s, but the city’s current wildflower program was created to manage the growing population of wildflowered plants in the city.
Since its creation, the Phoenix Botansic Garden has helped protect over 1,000 native and threatened wildflower plants and has also assisted in the establishment of more than 60 conservation sites.
The new Wildflower Protection Act of 2017 will provide a $300,000 grant to help the city build new conservation sites, and a $250,000 federal matching grant will also help build and maintain the existing wildflower sites.
A Wildflower Sanctuary is a public and privately owned, managed and managed wildflower garden that is established to protect native and endangered wildflower and botanical species.
It protects the natural resources of the city of Phoenix.
The Sanctuary includes natural areas, landscaped areas, picnic areas, bird, squirrel and insect habitat, as well as areas that are designated as habitat for wildlife.
The Wildflower Restoration Act of 2012, the original Wildflower Preservation Act of 1996, and other federal legislation have protected more than 20,000 species of plants and wildflora.