Manada Conservancy Pre-Sale Now Open For May 4 Native Plant Sale In Dauphin County

The Manada Conservancy has opened pre-sale orders for the May 4 Native Plant Sale to be held at the Hummelstown Boro Park, Poplar Avenue and Water Street in Hummelstown, Dauphin County.

April 15 is the deadline for pre-sale orders of native perennials, trees and shrubs at a 10 percent discount.  Orders must be picked up on Sale Day, May 4.

Click Here for all the details.

Feb. 21 Spotted Lanternfly

Click Here to check out an upcoming program on the Spotted Lanternfly on February 21 at the Hershey Conservatory.

For more information on programs, initiatives and other upcoming events, visit the Manada Conservancy website.

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Native Plant Resources

There are lots of resources available to help property owners landscape with native plants, and now is the best time to start planning for Spring projects.  Here are just of a few of the resources available--

-- DCNR Landscaping With Native Plants

-- Game Commission: Common Beneficial Plants Found In Wildlife Habitat

-- U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service: Native Plants For Wildlife Habitat And Conservation Landscaping

-- Chesapeake Bay Sustainable Landscape Professional Directory

-- Brandywine Conservancy: Forested Riparian Buffer Planting Guide

-- Audubon PA: Bird Habitat Recognition Program

-- National Audubon: Native Plants Database

-- Xerces Society For Invertebrate Conservation

-- Gardening For Butterflies: Penn State Extension

-- Planting For Pollinators: Penn State Extension

-- Center For Pollinator Research, Penn State

-- Pennsylvania Pollinator Protection Plan - Learn Why Pollinators Are At Risk In PA

-- Ernst Seeds - Pollinator Habitat Restoration

-- Million Pollinator Garden Challenge

You can also check with land trusts, watershed groups, PA Audubon and Trout Unlimited Chapters, county conservation districts or other groups near you to see how they can help.


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