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The Ecotype Project

Fall Plant Sales Orders Due Sept 2nd (Wilton High School) and Sept 17th (Aspetuck Land Trust)

Wilton High School Plant Sale (click to order) Our spring native wildflower sale was such a success that we’ve partnered with Planters’ Choice Nursery again for a bigger and better…
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Seeding Sanctuary: CT NOFA’s Ecotype Project Pollinator Garden at the Catherine Violet Hubbard Sanctuary

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Aspetuck Land Trust Native / Ecotype Plant Sale at Gilberties Organic Farm

On June 6th and 7th, the Aspetuck Land Trust hosted their first native plant sale pickup at Gilbertie’s Organic Farm in Easton, Connecticut. This sale marks the culmination of two…
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EcoType Project Plant Sale Recap

On May 15th and May 16th, Wilton High School, a partner of The Ecotype Project of CT NOFA, successfully sold the first batch of ecotype native pollinator plants to one…
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How to Effectively Establish Native Plant Plugs – Getting Started!

Download this document to use as a reference when establishing Ecotype Project seedlings from one of our nursery and plant sale partners.  How to Effectively Establish Native Plant Plugs See…
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