Hundreds of Native Plants Find New Home at the Wolf Preserve

May 24, 2022
Conservation News

On a beautiful Spring day, Trust staff and our friends at the Peconic Estuary Partnership gathered at the Wolf Preserve in Southold. Together, we placed over 600 native plants throughout the preserve.

Native plants support biodiversity by providing nectar, pollen and seeds for wildlife as well as an environment for these animals to live and breed. Matt Daly of MGD Horticulture provided the plants including Lady, Royal, and Maidenhair ferns, Eastern Prickly Pear, Seaside Goldenrod, and plugs of native grass and flowers for the meadow. Look for these plants on your next visit to the Wolf Preserve.

For more information about stewardship of our preserves, contact Matt Swain, Director of Stewardship and Geographic Information Systems.

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