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The Plight of the Monarch Butterfly-And What We Are Doing About it!
With the Monarch butterflies' nectar and milkweed sources in a drastic state of decline, the Milford Garden Club is dedicating its members' time and energy to help improve the butterflies' natural habitat here in our area. It is our intent to create awareness in our community of the potential loss of this precious species, and begin the rebuilding of habitats in cour community's backyards and public areas so they once again may thrive.
Join us at the YMCA Earth Day on April 27th and again on May 10 from 9-11 at the Milford Garden Club Plant and Bake Sale. We'd love to talk with you about what you can do about increasing the habitat for the Monarch and will be handing out free packets of milkweed seeds.
Monthly evening meetings are held the second Thursday of the months September through June at the Milford Senior Center, 1050 Atlantic Street next to the village/township offices and police station. Social time begins at 6:30 pm. The business meetings/programs begin at 7:00 pm. Guests are welcome.
June 21st-19th Annual Garden Walk and Market
The Milford Garden Club presents its 19th Annual Garden Walk and Market Sale, Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm. Rain or Shine. Featured on this year’s walk will be six unique and diverse residential gardens and one community garden in the Village of Milford and the nearby surrounding areas.
Advance tickets may be purchased for $10.00 beginning May 15, by visiting the Milford Garden Club web site @www.themilfordgardenclub.org and completing the mail order form. Tickets may also be purchased by visiting one of the following Downtown Milford locations; Clothing Cove, Acorn Farms, or Milford Gardens on S. Milford Road and The Pond Place in Highland. Tickets are $12.00 on the day of the walk and may be purchased in Milford’s Central Park where garden related vendors will be located.
18th Annual Garden Walk Photos
Read a Good Garden Book Lately?
The Milford Garden Club has been diligently donating books about horticulture and conservation to area libraries for many years. Choosing from our long list of gardening books at your local library will surely get you fired up to make your garden the best ever this year. Browse for books by subject or by library. If you find a book you like, stop in the library and check it out!
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