As an environmental community artist, I work to connect people to nature and each other through the arts. Remarkable outcomes abound when I engage communities in watershed studies. My approach is site specific and mixed media, in a context of impromptu creative collaboration. Based in accurate regional science, activities highlight biodiversity and the vital role of pollinators in our food supply. Projects are learning opportunities as well as engaging pieces of art. As we study together the region’s natural history and deepen spiritual ownership in our communities, our place as stewards in a sustainable future is re-envisioned. The results of collective inquiry create community-relevant remedial gardens with interactive and kinetic sculptures and events. With two decades of work in the field, I continue to be delighted, inspired and informed by the process of impromptu creative group practice.