(REGISTRATION FULL) Native Plant Propagation with Sally Manifold
September 25, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Do you like native plants? So do we! Spend an afternoon with native plant specialist Sally Manifold learning to propagate plants and collect seeds for the winter. Sally will provide an introductory lesson on propagating native plants and then demonstrate seed collection and plant cuttings. Learn how to collect seeds, clean seeds, and prepare cuttings! Take home wildflower seed, shrub cuttings, and volunteer seedlings. All attendees must be vaccinated and masks will be required when clustering together for a demo. Hot beverages will be provided.
This event is open to the public, but has a limit of 12 attendees
Attendance is free, but please consider bringing a $10 donation
Sally Manifold (B.S. Zoology, M.S. Environmental Science) has worked as an environmental educator, planner, and restoration ecologist. For 12 years, she built and ran the Greenway Volunteer Program for Bellingham (WA) Parks, which replaced invasive plants with native plant habitat along urban trails and natural areas. She and her husband have been creating native plant gardens at their place outside Poulsbo since January 2013. Sally has taught many hands-on workshops there on native plants, backyard wildlife habitat, and plant propagation.