Events

Celebrate California Native Plant Week

with Lost Foods Native Plant Nursery and Sanctuaries!

Grow Local! Grow Native! Lost Foods.

NATIVE PLANT WEEK

April 11-19, 2015

 A week dedicated to the appreciation, education, and conservation of California’s fabulous native flora.  Brought to you by the California Native Plant Society, protecting California’s native flora since 1965.

SHORT AND LONG WALKS

April 12, Sunday. 2 p.m. Old Town Native Plant Garden. Right there by the sidewalk and parking lot at Second and H Streets, Eureka, you will find a diverse, interesting, and useful garden of native plants. Besides answering questions, garden creator Monty Caid of Lost Foods Nursery will talk about the many uses of the native plants there and the importance of growing and using native plants for food, medicine, and attracting and providing habitat for wildlife like birds, bees, and butterflies. Lost Foods is a local non-profit dedicated to restoring native plant diversity and abundance. 707-268-8447

April 14, Tues. 2 p.m. Lost Foods Native Plant Nursery and Sanctuary, Redwood Acres. Native plants have been thriving in this garden and nursery created by Monty Caid at the edge of the fairgrounds. He will answer questions and talk about the many uses of the native plants there and the importance of growing and using native plants for food, medicine, and attracting and providing habitat for wildlife like birds, bees, and butterflies. Find the nursery and sanctuary at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in Eureka, 3750 Harris Street. Enter the fairgrounds at Gate #3 at the end of Harris Street and turn left and follow the road to the garden area. Lost Foods is a local non-profit dedicated to restoring native plant diversity and abundance. 707-268-8447

April 15, Wed. 2 p.m. Ryan House Lost Foods Native Plant Sanctuary. Knowledgeable and experienced native plant gardener Monty Caid, of Lost Foods, created a native plant garden at this historic, Eureka house, 1000 E St. While you enjoy the attractive garden Monty will answer questions and talk about the many uses of the native plants there and the importance of growing and using native plants for food, medicine, and attracting and providing habitat for wildlife like birds, bees, and butterflies. Lost Foods is a local non-profit dedicated to restoring native plant diversity and abundance. 707-268-8447

April 16, Thurs. 2 p.m. . Lost Foods Native Plant Nursery and Sanctuary, Redwood Acres. Native plants have been thriving in this garden and nursery created by Monty Caid at the edge of the fairgrounds. He will answer questions and talk about the many uses of the native plants there and the importance of growing and using native plants for food, medicine, and attracting and providing habitat for wildlife like birds, bees, and butterflies. Find the nursery and sanctuary at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in Eureka, 3750 Harris Street. Enter the fairgrounds at Gate #3 at the end of Harris Street and turn left and follow the road to the garden area. Lost Foods is a local non-profit dedicated to restoring native plant diversity and abundance. 707-268-8447

April 18, Sat. 2 p.m. . Lost Foods Native Plant Nursery and Sanctuary, Redwood Acres. Native plants have been thriving in this garden and nursery created by Monty Caid at the edge of the fairgrounds. He will answer questions and talk about the many uses of the native plants there and the importance of growing and using native plants for food, medicine, and attracting and providing habitat for wildlife like birds, bees, and butterflies. Find the nursery and sanctuary at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in Eureka, 3750 Harris Street. Enter the fairgrounds at Gate #3 at the end of Harris Street and turn left and follow the road to the garden area. Lost Foods is a local non-profit dedicated to restoring native plant diversity and abundance. 707-268-8447

LECTURES

April 17, Fri. 11 a.m. “The Importance of California Native Plants” by Monty Caid at the Lost Foods Native Plant Nursery.  Find the nursery and sanctuary at the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in Eureka, 3750 Harris Street. Enter the fairgrounds at Gate #3 at the end of Harris Street and turn left and follow the road to the garden area. Lost Foods is a local non-profit dedicated to restoring native plant diversity and abundance. 707-268-8447

Ongoing: Lost Foods Nursery. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, 12 noon-5 p.m. At the Redwood Acres Fairgrounds in Eureka, 3750 Harris Street. Enter the fairgrounds at Gate #3 at the end of Harris Street and turn left and follow the road to the garden area. 707-268-8447

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