The Linek Garden is located at the median across from Safeway at the Sterling Plaza. This garden was designed by Edwin Vincent Linek, a former Sterling Foundation board member. The Sterling Foundation has proudly maintained it since his retirement from the board. When Edwin Linek passed away, the Sterling Foundation’s board chair at the time, Aaron Gilman, dedicated the garden in honor of his contributions to the foundation and to Sterling. We’re currently developing plans to further enhance this garden and bring the joy of nature to Sterling Plaza.
The Sterling Foundation began with a singular vision to beautify our hometown by maintaining Sterling Boulevard. That heritage of care and dedication to enriching our environment has continued as our vision and impact have grown beyond the bounds of the boulevard. We’re proud of our efforts in bringing the following local gardens to the Sterling community:
Click here to learn how you can volunteer to become a part of the effort.