Native Plant Propagation – Autumn Seed Collection – Afternoon, November 17
Join us in improving biodiversity at rare and throughout the community by growing native plants! Opportunities throughout the year allow you to join activities such as seed collection, seed sowing, and eventually planting the native plants! All skill levels are welcome as staff will be on site to guide the hike, identify species and provide instructions on proper seed collection and sowing techniques. Necessary equipment will also be provided.
Fall Seed Collection + Potential Plant Backs (November 17): Similar to the spring and summer seed collection events, this time of year has another variety of seeds ready for collection. This event will again be a hike through the trails, seed collection, planting some native species if they are ready, and sowing some collected seeds.
Cost: This event is FREE
For more information, contact rare’s Conservation Technician:
519-650-9336 x114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Long pants
- Long sleeved shirt
- Suitable foot wear (sturdy, closed-toed shoes or boots)
- Rubber boots or hip waders if working in or around a creek or wetland
- Work or gardening gloves
Additional Items to Bring:
- Refillable water bottle
- Sunscreen and Insect repellent
- Snacks and/or bag lunch depending on time of day
Volunteer opportunities are broken up into morning (9:30AM-12:30PM) and afternoon (1:30PM-4:30PM) sessions. The time of day will be indicated at registration. If interested in participating for both a morning and an afternoon session, please register for both time slots separately.