The Huntsville Botanical Garden shares how they have grown with the help of Redstone.  

As we celebrate 65 years of serving the Tennessee Valley, we want to highlight those who have partnered with us to support our local communities. Here is Huntsville Botanical Garden's Redstone story, in their own words:   

Huntsville Botanical Garden's Redstone Story

June 13, 2016

This summer, see Redstone’s larger-than-life “See Rocket City” birdhouse through October 31 at the Spring-Summer exhibit, Houses, Huts & Habitats!

As we celebrate 65 years of serving the Tennessee Valley, we want to highlight those who have partnered with us to support our local communities. Here is Huntsville Botanical Garden's Redstone story, in their own words: 

For the enjoyment of those living and visiting the Tennessee Valley, the Huntsville Botanical Garden is open year-round.  The garden features the nation’s largest open-air butterfly house, a picture-perfect aquatic garden, spectacular nature trails, numerous specialty gardens, an interactive children’s garden, and a variety of plant collections. This beautiful 112-acre Garden is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization run by approximately 35 full- and part-time employees and over 1,900 active volunteers. 

Redstone is proud to sponsor Huntsville Botanical Garden's spring-summer exhibit Houses, Huts & Habitats. Redstone Federal Credit Union® has been a significant partner with the Huntsville Botanical Garden since 1998! The Garden welcomes Redstone’s STAR Club® members annually and also offers Redstone Discounts! on Garden Admission with a Redstone debit or credit card. This summer, you can see Redstone’s larger-than-life “See Rocket City” birdhouse now through October 31 during the Spring-Summer exhibit, Houses, Huts & Habitats!

On January 20, 2016, Huntsville Botanical Garden broke ground on a 30,000 square foot building of which Redstone is proud to sponsor. This iconic new facility features many new guest amenities and welcomes visitors with warm southern hospitality. Garden CEO Paula Steigerwald states, “We are so excited and proud of what this facility will do for the Garden and the community. It will provide resources to the Garden for continued growth and provide an even better place for our visitors, members, volunteers and staff to enjoy, celebrate, work and come together.” 

With five exciting festivals each year: Beaks & Barks, Huntsville Blooms, Summer Butterfly House, Fall Scarecrow Trail, and Holiday Galaxy of Lights, you’ll soon see why “There’s Always Something Growing on at Huntsville Botanical Garden!”

Do you have a Redstone Story to share? Let us know by commenting with the name of your business or organization below.

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