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Upcoming event at Eagle’s Rest features lecture and wildflower planting

 

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 These people need to smile! You can put a smile on these volunteers faces, Bert and Bunny Loftman, by helping them plant native wildflowers in Eagle’s Rest Park on Mt. Oglethorpe. 

       Saturday, March 21, after the 2 p.m. Frank Wright lecture on the Appalachian Trail and Mt. Oglethorpe, you can put a smile on these volunteers faces, Bert and Bunny Loftman, by helping them plant native wildflowers in Eagle’s Rest Park on Mt. Oglethorpe. 

 

 A donation from the Wildflower Bunch Garden Club of Big Canoe will enable the public to plant over 180 native wildflower seedlings at the top of Mt. Oglethorpe. Wildflower seeds will also be given to those who attend the lecture for planting later at the entrance to Eagle’s Rest Park… after the last frost…around mid-April.

 Bring your shovels and garden rakes to help plant the seedlings and to prepare the ground near the entrance for later sowing.

 For more information, contact John Feight at john This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 706-268-1616. For more information on Eagle’s Rest Park, see www.mtoglethorpe.org.

 

 

 

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