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Pond with EC wetland plants Monarch on Goldenrod Wetland Plant ID Class
 

Wetland plants prevent erosion, stop pollutants from entering the waterways and provide habitat for native species. We planted over 400,000 wetland plants by hand for restoration projects that we completed in 2017. The habitat will offer protection and food sources for Black ducks, Mallards, Diamond Back turtles, Monarch butterflies, and hundreds of species of creatures that share our surroundings.

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Did you know that you can support EC's mission whenever you shop on Amazon?  Amazon Smile, an initiative of amazon.com, is a simple and automatic way to contribute to EC, at no cost to you. Simply visit smile.amazon.com, log in with your Amazon account, and select the EC as the organization you wish to support. Every time you make a purchase, Amazon will donate a portion of your total to Environmental Concern.  

Fall Native Plant Sale
One Day Only!
Friday, September 7th
from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Environmental Concern’s (EC) annual Fall Native Plant Sale will be held on Friday, September 7th. EC invites you to come browse the “new natives” offered at the sale. Making the wise choice to use native plants in your landscape provides beneficial food, a safe nesting area, and cover from harsh weather conditions for birds, butterflies and beneficial insects. By planting native species, you can help restore areas that are being displaced by invasive, exotic or ornamental plants that have less or no value to wildlife. Choose from a selection of “home grown” native plants for a variety of garden sites and conditions - from backyard ponds to upland butterfly gardens.

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Join us for a 2-day field course on Wetland Plant ID.  To learn more about our upcoming Professional Courses
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Come learn about Monarchs at one of EC's MAMI Workshops.

August 29th, 2018
Late Season Nectar Sources

September 7th, 2018
Monarch Rearing
Seed Stewards for Monarchs: Collecting Milkweed Seeds

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