On multiple days in April and May, Passionflower volunteers joined volunteers from other FNPS chapters to rescue native plants from a development site in Clermont. These plants, many of them threatened due to habitat loss, will be hardened at a nursery and replanted later in the summer at a restoration site. This not only increases the native plant population at the site, but also increases the biodiversity.
Rescues and replanting will continue through the summer. Email Passionflower if you are interested in helping with this important work.