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Planting Natives

Program: Planting Natives
Park: Slippery Elm Trail
Location: Rudolph Savanna/Rudolph Road Access
Room: Rudolph Road Access
Public Reservation Closes: 5/22/18
Date: 5/22/18
Meeting Days: Tue.
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Price: Free  Register
# of people: 25
Openings: 24
Class Leader: Stewardship Department Staff
Program Type: Stewardship
Description: Plant natives from the Wood County Park District’s greenhouse. We only have a few thousand plants to plant in our parks and preserves, so everyone is welcome to dig in and help. Tools are provided; no experience required. And remember, green side up!

Slippery Elm Trail