Volunteers Needed - Restoration Planting in the Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway


The Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway section between SR-200 and 80th Avenue Road near Dunnellon has populations of the endangered and endemic Longspurred Mint (Dicerandra cornutissima) that were impacted by a trail widening project. We will be planting locally-adapted native plants to restore the site continuing the work of our previous volunteer days July 7th and 8th.

This project is made possible by a grant from Duke Energy for "Conservation and Habitat Restoration for Two Florida Endemic Mints." #DukeEnergy  @DukeEnergy

Register for Tuesday here and/or Wednesday here

Make sure to bring a mask, a shovel, drinking water for yourself, snacks for yourself, closed-toed shoes, bug spray, sun protective clothing and sunblock.

Comments

I was so excited to see everyone working to plant these beautiful plants! Thank you SO much! I did a post on my blog sharing photos I took that day... https://lavenderdreamstoo.blogspot.com/
Well done! Keep up the good work!

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