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Native Plant Expo & Marketplace:
Saturday, June 4th, 2022
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
The Native Plant Expo & Marketplace (NPEM) offers residents one convenient location to shop for Michigan native plants from several Michigan native plant growers, learn how to establish and maintain native landscapes and connect with companies specializing in planning native landscapes.
Apply for the School & Community Habitat Grant!
The WCCD School and Community Habitat Grant is designed to assist schools and community organizations with accessing plants and establishing wildlife habitat. Restoring wildlife habitat creates natural ecosystems providing benefits to residents (human or otherwise) including purpose and connection to local ecology, greater biodiversity, air and water filtration, carbon sequestration, aesthetic beauty, and many more ecological services.
Grants will be awarded in the form of tree, shrub, native plant material through the WCCD distributions and technical assistance from WCCD and partners. Grant fund availability is dependent on donations made to the WCCD for this purpose and grant selections and awards will be made based on the amount donated.
Volunteer for the Native Plant Expo & Marketplace!
All shifts take place between June 2nd and June 4th at the Chelsea Fair Grounds:
20501 W Old US Hwy 12, Chelsea, MI 48118
WCCD Volunteer BONUS:
Volunteers get early access to pre-sales and can pick up their orders early at the distributions at the end of their shift. Some shifts happen before we have the plants, so those volunteers are welcome to return to pick-up their plants early.
Complete the form by clicking the button below to sign up for one or more shifts. Call us with questions or assistance in signing up for shifts: 734 302 8715
Rain Barrels, Totes, & more
To assist residents and landowners with the conservation, management, and wise use of natural resources of Washtenaw County.
What We Do
We assist Washtenaw County residents through countywide resource assessments, conservation resource distributions, conservation education, and one-on-one technical assistance.
The Washtenaw County Conservation District is a local government agency. Serving Washtenaw County, office located in
Ann Arbor, MI.
705 N. Zeeb Rd
Ann Arbor, MI 48103-1560
Megan DeLeeuw - Executive Director - firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.302.8710
Summer Roberts- Community Forester- email@example.com, 734.302.8716
Doug Reith - Resource Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.302.8713
Dru Mark-Wilson- Outreach Coordinator- email@example.com, 734.302.8715
Nick Machinski - Conservation Specialist - firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.302.8711
Erez Brandvain - Conservation Technician - email@example.com, 734.302.8714
Paul Buzzard - Conservation Technician - firstname.lastname@example.org, 734.302.8715
Deborah Shad - Administrative Assistant - email@example.com, 734.302.8715