In collaboration with MPF’s Grow Native! program, Dr. Nadia Navarrete-Tindall and her crew of the Specialty Crops Program of Lincoln University in Jefferson City will offer a tour of Lincoln University’s Outdoor Native Plant Laboratory.
The NPOL has recently been recognized as a Garden of Excellence. It is an important educational tool that was initiated in 2010 and features more than 100 native plants including grasses, sedges, wildflowers, shrubs, vines and trees. It is open to students, faculty, and the public at large.
It is located on 900 Chestnut Street in front of Allen and Foster Halls that house Cooperative Extension and Cooperative Research buildings, respectively.
The guided tours will start at 7 pm where attendees will visit with staff in 5 or more stations. Light refreshments and snacks will be served.
It is a free event but registration is required. Number of participants is limited to 20. Parking will be available next to the gardens. Easy walking and ADA compliant.
Number of participants is limited to 20. Parking will be available close to the Teaching Greenhouse. For more information, please send email to Navarreteemail@example.com
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 573-808-7007
Photo by Nadia Navarrete-Tindall