Wild Seed Project

Portland, Maine, United States

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Wild Seed Project increases the use of native plants in all landscapes to conserve biodiversity, encourage plant adaptation in the face of climate change, safeguard habitat, and create pollination and migration corridors for wildlife.

Upcoming Events

Robert P. Tristram Coffin Wildflower Sanctuary Native Plant Walk with Heather McCargo — Wild Seed Project

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Robert P. Tristram Coffin Wildflower Sanctuary Native Plant Walk with Heather McCargo

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This beautiful woodland sanctuary reaching down to Merrymeeting Bay is home to many interesting native forest plants as well as some rare salt marsh species along the shore. Come learn about these plants and enjoy the beauty of our native landscape. Co-sponsored by Native Plant Trust and Maine Audubon.

Native Plantings at the Fort Williams Park Children’s Garden — Wild Seed Project

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Native Plantings at the Fort Williams Park Children’s Garden

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The children’s garden at Fort Williams Park is a dynamic play area planted with a wide variety of native plants. It is visually stunning with a shallow pond, bubbling stream, cave, granite slide, lookout tower, and many other features amongst the plants that attract native pollinators and birds. Tour the

Fort WiIliams Park Cliff Trail – Restoring the Ecology of a Park — Wild Seed Project

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Fort WiIliams Park Cliff Trail – Restoring the Ecology of a Park

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Written about in this year’s volume of Wild Seed by James McCain, Fort Williams Park has worked to remove invasive species and restore native plant communities on this popular trail along the cliffs. Join James, the former ecology project manager, to view the progress made in this restoration project! Andrea

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