Do you enjoy creating or maintaining inspirational outdoor spaces? Would you like to improve our urban and suburban environments? Come join us for any or all of these important hands-on garden work sessions. Learn about some of the important tasks in maintaining an urban prairie or install new native plants in our Native Plant Education Garden (NPEG), or learn about maintaining a prairie at Maywood Prairie Habitat. We need your help in keeping these important native plant demonstration sites active and inviting!

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WORC Native Plant Education Garden (NPEG)


Native Plant Education Garden (NPEG) •  920 Cherry St SE (In front of the Inner City Christian Federation building (ICCF)
This 1/4-acre urban garden contains over 90 different plant species and is in its 6th year of existence. This is a wonderful spot to learn to ID different plants, develop planting and maintenance techniques you can use in your own garden and to socialize with your fellow WORC members. We have fun and learn at the same time! Snacks will be provided. It is very important that we work on this garden two times per month to ready it for our chapter’s popular July open house and native plant sale. Dates and times will vary each month to encourage participation. To read the history of our Native Plant Education Garden, click here.  


Marywood Prairie Habitat, 2025 E. Fulton at the NW corner of Fulton and Lakeside Dr. Parking is next to site at the Marywood Health Center lot. As in past years, RCWO members and friends are invited to volunteer some time helping to maintain this lovely 1-acre prairie one day per month.

Please contact Amy Heilman if you have any questions at [email protected].

Thank you!

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