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Volunteers for Return the Landscape have spent a couple of days cleaning seeds gleaned from 100 native plants this past fall. The seeds are placed in plastic baggies and stored in a refrigerator for at least 60 days to simulate winter temperatures. The seeds are planted for starters  or sold as seeds at the Aamjiwnaang First Nation greenhouse. About 100 native woodland plants are divided in the spring. Helping with the cleaning are; Helen Vaughan, black shirt, Felicia Syer, grey, Nick Alexander,blue torque  and Mike Kent, hair bun.
Volunteers for Return the Landscape have spent a couple of days cleaning seeds gleaned from 100 native plants this past fall. The seeds are placed in plastic baggies and stored in a refrigerator for at least 60 days to simulate winter temperatures. The seeds are planted for starters or sold as seeds at the Aamjiwnaang First Nation greenhouse. About 100 native woodland plants are divided in the spring. Helping with the cleaning are; Helen Vaughan, black shirt, Felicia Syer, grey, Nick...
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Vol. 4 Issue 4-- 01/26/17
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