Grow Native! Master Class: Native Edibles with Nadia Navarrete-Tindall

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Preparing Teas and Desserts with Native Edibles. During this class, Nadia will describe some of the native edibles that she has used previously for Dining Wild events at Lincoln University and at home. She will provide information about when and what part of the plant to harvest and will share recipes of some selected beverages […]

Grow Native! Master Class: Pondscaping with Native Aquatic Plants with Scott Woodbury

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Small ponds and water gardens attract birds, dragonflies, frogs, salamanders, turtles, and the predators that eat them, like red-shouldered hawks. Learn which plants grow in water and just beyond the water’s edge in ponds with permanent standing water. Scott will show you how to manage duckweed, algae, invasive species, pond leaks and soil erosion. The […]

Grow Native! Master Class: Stormwater Management Design

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When green infrastructure is built to manage stormwater, projects often produce additional benefits such as wildlife habitat and aesthetic amenities. This master class will provide an advanced overview of the design considerations associated with stormwater management practices. In addition to hydrology, the class will touch on soil composition and health, karst topography, and treatment strategies […]

Virtual Annual Dinner 2021

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MPF’s Annual Dinner—traditionally held in early August—is a celebration of prairies and an evening of fellowship with prairie supporters. This summer, instead of an in-person gathering, we invite you to a virtual prairie soirée on Friday, August 20 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are free, and everyone is welcome! For more info and to register visit […]