Wild Seed Project

Portland, Maine, United States

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

Native Plant Sale — Wild Seed Project

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Native Plant Sale

Wild Seed Project

Come purchase native plants to attract pollinators to your garden! Held rain or shine, Wells Reserve will offer young plants grown from ethically collected wild plant seed sourced from Wild Seed Project or from native species grown in home gardens. At a time when development has fragmented habitats and interrupted

Identifying Edible Wild Foods with Russ Cohen — Wild Seed Project

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Identifying Edible Wild Foods with Russ Cohen

Wild Seed Project

Russ Cohen, who has over 45 years of experience identifying, propagating, sustainably harvesting and cooking with wild plants, will show you native edible species that you can plant in your landscape and also many non-native weeds that offer foraging opportunities. This is sponsored by Wild Seed Project and the Viles

Why Native Plants Matter at McArthur Public Library — Wild Seed Project

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Why Native Plants Matter at McArthur Public Library

Wild Seed Project

Wild Seed Project will present the many reasons we should all care about our region’s native flora, and why we should reintroduce native plants back into our developed landscapes. Native plants are beautiful, important for our region’s ecosystem functioning, and they do not need the high inputs of water and

Native Plants Sale and Festival — Wild Seed Project

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Native Plants Sale and Festival

Wild Seed Project

Join us at Maine Audubon’s fourth annual retail plants sale designed to help gardeners and homeowners integrate native species into their yards, gardens, and even containers! Maine Audubon works with state and regional vendors to source material that is naturally propagated and easily adaptable to a variety of landscape uses.

The Cougar Returns to the East with Sue Morse — Wild Seed Project

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The Cougar Returns to the East with Sue Morse

Wild Seed Project

Sue Morse, the founder and science director of Keeping Track, is highly regarded as an expert in natural history and one of North America’s top wildlife trackers. Illustrated with her award-winning photography, Sue’s presentation will describe the habits and habitat of a variety of local species, especially the big mammals

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