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Keep It Native Demonstration
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The Keep It Native Demonstration garden was designed in 2010 on Earth Day, to highlight the differences between native Florida plant communities with those that have been overrun by invading exotic weeds. It was also designed to act as an outreach educational tool.

A WALK IN THE K.I.N.D. GARDEN SHORT VIDEO

 

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 Left to right: USDA, Donna Signa, Ryann Valmonte, Danyelle Fitzgerald, Eileen Pokorny, and Dr. Phil Tipping; University of Florida, Dr. Robin Giblin-Davis; Broward County Extension, Michael Orfanedes.

 

Overview of the K.I.N.D. Garden

All Florida native habitats are in green and invasive habitats in red

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 Resent Activity in 2020

Master Gardener Volunteers installed a Bee Hotel designed by Amy Riley

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Click for more information about bees from USDA Agriculture Research Service 

Click for information on methods for raising, capturing, and using bees from the USDA Agriculture Research Service

Information on Florida Native Bees