Plugs for the Prairies: Hazel Bird – Part 4
August 23, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Help restore rare prairie habitat to the Rice Lake Plains! Historically, the Rice Lake Plains were covered with tall grass prairies and oak savannah, which were dominated by massive black and white oak, grasses like big bluestem and switchgrass thrived and a diverse range of wildflowers blossomed. Today, the oak savannah and tall grass prairie of the Rice Lake Plains are badly fragmented and overgrown with non-native species. Help give this globally rare habitat a comeback by helping us plant native prairie species plugs at the Hazel Bird Nature Reserve.
Contact Val Deziel, Coordinator, Conservation Biology: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nature Conservancy of Canada