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Lower Shore Land Trust to Host Annual Native Plant Sale

Lower Shore Land Trust to Host Annual Native Plant Sale
On Friday, April 30th, and Saturday, May 1st, the Lower Shore Land Trust (LSLT) will host the 14th Annual Native Plant Sale. This event will be pre-order only with curbside pickup.
 
There will be more than 75 varieties of native plants, shrubs, and trees – an offering of plants with blooming times from March through October. Native plants beautify landscapes and support a healthier environment. The populations of pollinators like bees, butterflies, dragonflies, etc., have been on a sharp decline over the past decade. Declines in pollinating insects and birds are a big problem because 1 out of every 3 bites of food requires pollination. Furthermore, more than 90% of all known flowering plants, and almost all fruits, vegetables, and grains, require pollination to produce crops.
 
The Lower Shore Land Trust is a nationally accredited 501(C)(3) nonprofit that is dedicated to preserving rural lands, promoting vibrant towns, and to building a healthier and more connected Eastern Shore. 

For more information visit www.lowershorelandtrust.org, or contact Taylor Carty at 443-234-5587 or tcarty@lowershorelandtrust.org.  

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