Volunteer Day

How are you celebrating Earth Day this year? Do you love to Volunteer? 

Saturday morning, April 20th, we will be digging up and moving plants here at Heartwood.

Come help & learn about Florida’s beautiful native plants and wildflowers in bloom.

Have fun with other Heartwood Family and Friends.

Your RSVP is appreciated. We will provide water and snacks. Bring your own sun protection & water bottle, wear your grubby gardening clothes, closed toe shoes. We have tools and gloves, but if you have any, please bring them.

 

* If digging in the dirt isn’t your thing or you can’t make this event but still want to help, let me know. We could use help moving & settling in once our Welcome Center is complete.

 

Email Laura with any questions

Please RSVP to help us with planning:

Laura@heartwoodpreserve.com

(727) 376-5111

 

Talk & Tour: Earth Day

Earth Day Talk & Tour: Topic: “Native Plants Are Not Weeds!”

 

 

Saturday, April 21, 2018

 9:00 AM – 10 AM 

Join us for our monthly Talk & Tour Series at Heartwood Preserve.

Come and learn about Florida’s Native Plants from our Guest Speaker, a Master Gardener & a member of the Nature Coast Chapter of the Native Plant Society: Mary Ellen Gotto.

What are native plants?  What is the importance of native plants to the environment and for wildlife?

Find out more about purchasing and planting Florida Native Plants for your home. 

Handouts available to take with you AND one very lucky attendee will leave with a door prize: a Native Plant from Mary Ellen’s personal, award-winning garden!

 

This Talk & Tour will last about one hour, and all ages are welcome.

Reservations are not required but appreciated.

Meet at Heartwood’s Welcome Center.

 

 

 

Heartwood Preserve

4100 Starkey Blvd.

Trinity, FL 34655

(727) 376-5111

 

  • guided slow-paced walk

  • bring water

  • wear insect repellent if you wish

  • wear comfortable clothing & closed-toe shoes

  • call for questions/details/RSVP