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Dig Native Plants for Your Garden (Members Only Event)
October 22 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
In preparation for the wetlands mitigation project in the east meadow at JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary, plants are being relocated from the project area to elsewhere on the property. During this one-time event, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy members are invited to dig plants for their gardens. The east meadow is full of attractive native plants including many not sold by nurseries. A list of available species will be provided, and volunteers will be on hand to help you identify the plants. You’ll need to bring your own shovel as well as pots, bags, or boxes to hold the plants you dig. Ticks and poison ivy are present in the meadow so long pants and sleeves, gardening gloves, and insect repellant are recommended. Rain date is October 23. Registration required and limited.
Please check back for additional details. To protect the environmentally sensitive habitat and rare species, the Sanctuary is not open for general public access.
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Registration will open in late September.