Workshop: Volunteer to Grow Native Plants
- 12/12/2021 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Native plants have tremendous water quality benefits and increase habitat and food sources for pollinators. Because of this, the Dane County Land and Water Resources Department has started a native plant growing program to provide a source of free native plants for schools and community groups. This training will provide an overview of native plants and teach you everything you need to know to grow the plants - no prior experience is needed.
Dane County will provide all of the supplies except the potting mix which the volunteers are asked to purchase themselves. The entire growing system is outdoors so no indoor space or growlights are needed. Volunteers need a sunny, outdoor space to grow the plants. Volunteers will transplant their plants in the spring and water them over the summer as they grow. They will bring them back to be distributed in August. Volunteers are welcome to grow plants for themselves at the same time using this growing system.
An email with additional information will be sent to registered workshop participants the week before the workshop.
Lussier Family Heritage Center (3101 Lake Farm Road, Madison)
LePine Room (downstairs)
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