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NYBG EcoFlora Update August 16, 2018

Thank you to the almost fifty people that have helped document the diversity and distribution of Milkweeds (Asclepias) in New York City. Take part in the MONITOR MILKWEEDS EcoQuest Challenge to contribute to this important effort. As noted on NPR, even urban areas have a lot of Milkweeds. And they could have many more with wise management and planting. See the Guide to Milkweeds of New York City to learn more about what species are native and pre-adapted to the diversity of habitats in NYC.

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Posted on August 16, 2018 02:18 PM by danielatha danielatha | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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The New York City EcoFlora seeks to engage the public as citizen scientists to observe, collect, and compile information about the City’s plants and their relationships with other organisms, such as birds, insects, and mushrooms

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