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Pocono Heritage Land Trust will host a second Native Plant “Dig and Take” event at the former Mosier’s Dairy farm at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 22. This event will be led by botanist Lori Colgan and PHLT Board member Mary-Ellen Higgins.

An assortment of native and non-native plants are available at this tract, and the developers of the Gateway project have given us permission to take away any of these plants, which include: daffodils, peonies, grape hyacinth, narcissus, cherry trees, blackberry bushes, and numerous varieties of mint, including bee balm (also known as wild bergamot). Red osier dogwood is also available. Those wanting cherry or dogwood trees should bring pruning tools since these trees are growing in heavy brush.

Participants should bring buckets for transporting plants, as well as work gloves, shovels, sunscreen, insect spray and water. Due to some poison ivy and stinging nettle on the property, participants should wear sturdy boots, long-sleeved shirts and pants.

Native Plant "Dig and Take" 

at former Mosier's Dairy Farm 

9 AM- Noon

Saturday, June 22

Meeting location:

Pasture Lane 

Marshalls Creek, PA 

Thank you for the overwhelming support for this event!

Registration is now closed as we have reached participant capacity.