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Native Plant Sale coming this weekend! Friday and Sat, 9am-3pm. The arboretum wildflower exhibit includes Squirrel Corn Dicentra canadensis an exquisitely lovely.... named for its yellow nodules like roots that look like kernels of corn, often eaten by squirrels. Such a lovely wildflower! Visit jmu.edu/arboretum, events page to see partial list of wildflowers available at the sale.
Todd Slaubaugh with his bridge landscape photo, and Lynn Whitmore with her wood anemone photo, were tie winners for the March Photo Contest. Congratulations to both photographers!
JMU's EJC Arboretum hosted Envirothon with the Natural Resources Conservation Services; Departments of Environmental Quality, Forestry, Game and Inland Fisheries, Conservation and Recreation; Virginia Cooperative Extension; Chesapeake Bay Foundation; Headwaters Soil and Water Conservation District; Dominion Resources Services, Inc., Virginia Association of Soil & Water Conservation Districts, and Shenandoah Valley Soil & Water Conservation District. What a Team!
Envirothon Competition was a success with high school students from local counties and cities participating. jmu.edu/arboretum Best wishes to the advancing local team in theregional competition.
Enjoy an educational and enjoyable field trip with the Headwaters Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists. Visit jmu.edu/arboretum for information.
Mark your calendar to shop the Native Plant Sale at the EJC Arboretum, coming soon!
Plan to shop the Native Plant Sale to buy native trees, shrubs and perennial Wildflowers to enhance any home or business garden! Arboretum Friends receive a discount, see www.jmu.edu/... for information. Or cut ad from DNR Tuesdays week of and week before for a 10% discount.