EVENT BY Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society and St. Johns River Water Management District‘s Dr. Jennifer Mitchell
***** Please note that our November program is on the first Monday of the month!
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💯FREE Admission and Parking!
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😎Laid back, casual group- check-in, relax, and enjoy the presentation! Help put things back in their place after the meeting (leave the venue as you found it, if not better!)
🌿 Learn about natural Florida!
MAIN PROGRAM PRESENTATION:
Please join Dr. Jennifer Mitchell from St Johns Water Management District and learn about how stormwater moves and how you can reduce your impact on water quality. Native wetland plants have an important role to play in providing nutrient reduction.
Free admission. Donations towards YOUTH ECO-CAMP welcomed and highly encouraged at the meeting! Small selection of locally grown native plants also available for purchase (proceeds go towards YOUTH ECO-CAMP SPONSORSHIPS!)👦👧🏽👦🏾
Some helpful information/ Frequently asked questions 🌼 :
a) This event is free to the public. Programs are a service to our community. If you LOVE or even SUPPORT what we do, please consider joining or donating- it keeps us going 🤝
b) There is no charge to enter the Sanford Garden Club. Please come to our program between 6:30p and 7p
c) Complete information on our programs can be found through our chapter website and newsletter. Visit http://cupletfern.org 🌱
d) No pre-registering required. Simply clicking on ‘Going’ or ‘Interested’ on this event is sufficient.
e) A timeline of our meeting and program is as follows:
6:45pm Welcome and soft opening
7:00pm Meeting begins with monthly announcements
7:20pm Pre-program discussion (if any)
7:30pm Plant descriptions for Youth Eco Camp
8:30pm Presentation winds down/concludes
8:35pm Q&A/Discussion with audience
8:40pm Meeting and program concludes
8:45pm Departure begins
9:00pm Building closes