Replay: Gone to Seed at Shaker Trace Nursery

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Join us on our Facebook page Mondays through Fridays at 10 a.m. for a live video with Great Parks staff! We’ll have story time, take nature walks, meet ambassador animals and more. We’ll post replays here in case you miss one, and don’t hesitate to comment on past videos – we’ll keep answering questions in the comments!

Meet Tim, the Nursery Technician at Shaker Trace Nursery. Located in Miami Whitewater Forest, Tim manages the seed nursery where we harvest local, native seeds to populate protected land in Hamilton County.

Why are native plants so important? How can you help native plants flourish? Learn more in the video below.

Check out all past replays here. Visit our Volunteer page if you’re interested in volunteering at Shaker Trace Nursery or another Great Park in the future.

Meet Tim Osborne! Tim manages our seed nursery, where we harvest local, native seeds to populate 17,735 acres of protected land! Why are natives important and how can you help? #weareparksandrecreation #parksathome

Posted by Great Parks of Hamilton County on Thursday, July 9, 2020

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