Nectar Plant Restoration at Hoyle’s Mill

Volunteers are needed to help plant native butterfly nectar sources in the fields adjacent to the White Ground Road gravel parking lot at Hoyle’s Mill Conservation Park in Boyds, MD on Saturday morning, May 19, from 8-10am.  These flowers will provide nectar for a diverse population of butterflies, including Giant Swallowtails.  Hopefully, we’ll see one as we are planting! Bring your own shovel and jugs of water.  Helpers may take home a free butterfly plant. Please contact Denise Gibbs at monarch301@verizon.netif you can help out, even if for hour.

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