Planting Thanks!



The red-bellied woodpeckers were out and in of the dead cabbage palm (Sabal palmetto), as we installed the rest of the plants salvaged from the building site at the (Pelican Island) Audubon House. Many thanks to Deen Copeland, Judith Filipich, Steve Goff, Darlene Halliday, Cindy Hersh, and Trich Kruza for lots of hard work.

Deen Copeland is shown below installing a wild coffee (Psychtoria nervosa) …

deen copeland on 4-24-2016 at ah

Judith Filipich has helped out at all but one planting day, always with a wonderful smile …


PIAS Treasurer Steve Goff dug many holes, moved hoses, and pulled lots of weeds …


PIAS Recording Secretary Darlene Halliday works fast …

darlene halliday 2 on 4-24-2016 at ah

Cindy Hersh is shown watering near the parking lot …

cindy hersh on 4-24-2016 at ah

A good time was had by all!

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