Timeline for Meadow Restoration Actions in 2023 January: Mow to a height of 4 to 6 inches to knock back woody plant species, preferably when the soil is dry to minimize disturbance if at all possible. February: Consider Aerial/Drone photography starting in winter and taking snapshots throughout the seasons/year. Establish Original Boundary of Meadow. Establish […] Continue reading "Meadow Restoration at Lost River Cave"
Wild Ones SoKY Member John Zippay has a keen interest in native plants and the wildlife that rely on them. To that end, John arranged an area at Lost River Cave to show people how they can use native plants in their home gardens. The demonstration garden includes raised beds, a large trellis, and a […] Continue reading "Demonstration Garden at Lost River Cave"
Warren County Public Libraries now have 2 new native plant and pollinator books, thanks to funds donated by Wild Ones SoKY Chapter! One of these books will be shelved at Bob Kirby Branch and the other one at the Main Library in Bowling Green, KY. What native plant and natural landscaping books would you like […] Continue reading "SoKY chapter donates to Warren County Libraries"