We are pleased to present out 2016 Fall Native Plant Sale “Vendor List” There are two pages!fall-plant-sale-2016-vendors-listpg12
WE WILL KICK OFF THE FALL WITH OUR ANNUAL
FALL NATIVE PLANT SALE. DON’T MISS IT!
Starting at 10 am we will be viewing segments of the “Hometown Habitat” film and have a presentation on the Coastal WildScapes Habitat Certification Program.
There will be free food in the Center and as always Mimosas.
PLANT SALE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
- Help transporting plants from Jekyll greenhouse to Sale 1pm Friday Sept. 23rd
- Set up help on Friday afternoon (~2:30pm) and Saturday morning (~7am)
- Provide finger foods for event
- Help at the event, food & drink management (can do shifts)
- Clean up help on Saturday afternoon (~1:30pm)
- e-mail Amy at email@example.com if you can help
October 5th, 2016 Event.
A Special Thanks goes to the City of Midway as a leading partner in this project.
|Evening Lecture & Cocktails –
Village Creek Landing, SSI
Oct. 4th – 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm.
Join us for an evening with Linda Chafin as she introduces her
much anticipated new book. Books will be available for sale & signing.1 free drink & cash bar. This is a joint event with Green Scene of Coastal GA. RSVP at www.greenscenega.org. $10 will be payable at the door.
PURCHASE TICKETS FOR ALL EVENTS
Coastal WildScapes –
Partner Volunteer Opportunities
THERE ARE SEVERAL INVASIVE SPECIES EDUCATION AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES SPONSORED BY OUR PARTNERS COMING UP…CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!
We have just updated the list below!
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Our event page is all online by clicking here.
#HometownHabitat Coastal WildScapes joined the “Hometown Habitat” team with a gift that brought us over $56,000! www.coastalwildscapes.org “Coastal WildScapes is focused on protecting existing native habitats, rebuilding the connectivity of impaired habitats and minimizing the future fragmentation of the coastal Georgia landscape. We feel that supporting this project will greatly increase delivering this message to a greater audience. There is no better advocate for creating Hometown Habitat than Doug Tallamy.” Many Thanks CWS! Support HH at www.themeadowproject.com
Learn about how to create wildlife habitat in your home landscape with the Coastal Wildscapes Habitat Certification Program. Certified landscapes are awarded a beautiful Birdhouse with the CWS logo. Application is open to CWS members. Freya Zipperer is our first Certificate Awardee.
To see images of her landscape click here.
LEARN MORE about this program.
Cay Creek Wetlands
Cay Cay Creek Wetlands Park is a great place to educate people of all ages. School groups, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, church groups, Boys’ and Girls’ clubs, home school groups, and the general public can use this space for structured excursions.