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Native Plant Night

May 21, 2013
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Superior Public Library
Superior, WI

Four Speakers on Native Plants

On Tuesday, May 21 the City of Superior Environmental Services Division will be hosting a night on native plants at the Superior Public Library from 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. The presentations will include topics ranging from Improving Wildlife Habitat, Native Plants and Preservation, Shoreline Restoration, and the Benefit of Wetlands in Superior.

The guest speakers will be Carol Andrews with the Arrowhead Chapter of Wild Ones, Jane Anklam with the West Wisconsin Land Trust, Paul Hlina with Leaning Pine native plants and Darienne McNamara with the City of Superior SAMP program (Special Areas Management Plan).

Browse Wildwoods Rehabilitation and Master Gardeners booths. Learn about native plants and how they can make a difference in water quality and also provide habitat and food for the birds and the bees. Native plants need less water and can beautify your yard. Native plants also work very well in rain gardens which help slow rainwater down, filter it, and can reduce stormwater pollution. For more information on the Native Plant Night program call 715-394-0392 ext. 1041. The event is free and open to the public. Native plants will also be for sale at the event.

For More Information: 715/394-0392 ext. 1041


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