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Mid-Michigan Monthly Plant Exchange

Posted by livadia Mid-Michigan (My Page) on
Fri, May 25, 07 at 13:14

Friends of the Michigan Wildlife Conservancy conduct a monthly plant exchange at the Conservancy's headquarters at the Bengel Wildlife Center in Bath.

The Exchange is held the last Wednesday of every month starting this year on May 26th running through September 26th.

Plant Exchange participants may bring as many flower and/or plant species as they wish to exchange with others, and can take home up to five varieties more than they bring for a nominal fee of only $5 all of which goes to support the work of the Conservancy.

The only restriction is that known exotics or invasive species cannot be exchanged.

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