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The Voice of the Black Community
Mecklenburg Soil and Water Conservation 43rd Annual Tree Seedling Sale and Rain Barrel Sale
Non-Profit
Date: February 22, 2014
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: Show map
Hal Marshall Service Center
700 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Anganette Byrd
Phone: 704-336-2455
Email: Anganette.Byrd@mecklenburgcountync.gov
Site: www.MecklenburgConservation.com

PLANT A SHADE TREE IN TIME FOR SPRING: TREE SEEDLINGS AND RAIN BARRELS FOR SALE

Seedlings will sell for $2.00 each and include Beautyberry, Buttonbush, Hazelnut, Oakleaf Hydrangea, Spicebush, Chickasaw Plum, Eastern Redbud, Flowering Dogwood, Shadblow Serviceberry, Sweetbay Magnolia, Pecan, Red Maple, Sassafras, and Waxmyrtle. The Eastern Red Cedar will sell for $1.00 each.

SAVE THE RAIN: In addition to planting more trees, consider saving water for the next dry spell.Two rain barrel sizes will be available: a 60-gallon for $95.00 and an 80-gallon for $110.00.

Other organizations, including Charlotte Storm Water Services, Council on Locally Invasive Plants and Pests (CLIPP), Habitat and Wildlife Keepers (H.A.W.K.), CROWN - The Charlotte Chapter of NC Wildlife Federation, N.C. Forest Service, and other groups will have booths at the sale with useful conservation information.




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