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Tuesday - February 18, 2003

From: Amarillo, TX
Region: Southwest
Topic: Wildflower Center
Title: Native plant education
Answered by: Stephen Brueggerhoff

QUESTION:

Do you provide resources about native plants to middle school educators?

ANSWER:

We provide educator resources through our Teachers & Schools webpage. There will be information on our programs, such as workshops for educators, schoolyard restoration, and Wildflower Center site visitation. Additionally, there is information about our organization located throughout our web-site that you might be an appropriate resource and support for you.

 

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