In addition to the Board of Directors, Apiopolis has a Stewardship Advisory Council. Members of this group provide expert advice and guidance on projects and committee work. The Council members are volunteers from throughout the community representing a broad spectrum of disciplines relevant to the mission and focus of Apiopolis. We welcome interested individuals to contact us about getting involved with Apiopolis as a member of the Stewardship Advisory Council!
Wendy grew up playing in the woods and walking along hundreds of miles of hidden trout streams in western Massachusetts. It was here that her reverence for the natural world took root and she gained a deep appreciation for the interconnectedness between the flora and fauna around her.
She graduated from NCSU with a degree in Horticultural Science with a concentration in Landscape Design. She is the owner and operator of Fine Lines Landscaping, a landscape installation company based in Raleigh. Her ever expanding knowledge of pollinator plants, soil science, landscape practices, and honeybees will help anchor the upcoming pollinator planting initiatives.
She is humbled to have been asked to join this extremely important undertaking during its infancy.
When she is not installing beautiful gardens across the Triangle, she can still be found walking along trout streams in NC and out west.
Jenny Eggleston is a Raleigh, NC-based artist and teacher. Classically trained as a nature illustrator, she now uses natural forms to inspire her surrealistic compostions. She has exhibited throughout the state and region. She is owner and director of Egg in Nest Art Studio, providing instruction in drawing, painting and art appreciation to children and adults.
Jenny received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA, and did graduate work at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. She is married to a Professor of Marine Science at NCSU and they have 2 sons and a daughter.