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Wildflower Seeding Management 201

May 5, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


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You’ve invested precious time and money in your wildflower seeding, now what?  Understanding the establishment process and having a management plan is critical to the success of your seeding project.  After 30 years in this business we are excited to share with you ALL we know about how to care for your project.  This workshop builds on the information covered in MWF Seeding 101, but can stand alone with its focus on how to maintain your native landscape in the coming years.  We will cover expectations, developing a management plan, anticipating problems,  prioritizing tasks, and identification of both desirable and problem plants.  

MWF Wildflower Seeding Management 201 is for YOU if you have a wildflower planting and want to learn more about understanding management of your planting OR you are in the beginning phase of planning to do a wildflower seeding and want to educate yourself about the entire process.  From plant identification to management techniques and EVERYTHING in between, we will cover it in this workshop.  

MWF Wildflower Seeding Management 201 will include:

  • Wildflower seeding process review
  • Management techniques
  • Invasive species identification
  • Native seedling identification
  • Helpful handout materials and virtual access to the presentation
  • Networking opportunities
  • Q & A
  • Follow-up guidance

A light breakfast and lunch will be served.

We are limiting attendance for these workshops to 12 so that we can provide optimum attention to you and your unique project.  Make sure to get your tickets-registration will close 1/1/18!


May 5, 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm


11770 Cutler Rd. Portland MI 48875
11770 Cutler Rd.
Portland, MI 48875 United States
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12 available
Wildflowers 201$250.00These information intensive workshops are 8 hours each here at our farm, where we share with you ALL we know about site analysis, species selection, site preparation, seeding and management.

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