Events - updated June 9, 2020
A presentation by Darcy Grahek about how to propagate native plants from cuttings will be a part of this virtual Second Saturdays Stewardship class.
Learn how to participate at 
https://www.oregon.gov/dsl/SS/Pages/CommunityClassReg.aspx
  

Stillwater Natives Nursery 

Open Saturdays from 10am -4 pm

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for Darcy

E-mail: info@stillwaternativesnursery.com

Clarkia amoena  "Farewell-to-Spring"
 

Bandon Western World newspaper  Aug. 27, 2019

BANDON - Local U.S. Fish & Wildlife staff work on maintaining and improving healthy habitats for many animal and plant species found in and around Bandon.

"Human-impacted landscapes, such as the sides of roads and streams and open meadows, used to be common places to find native flowering plants," said OSU Extension Master Naturalist Darcy Grahek.

"However, these areas are increasingly filled with non-native invasive species or grasses, offering scant resources for pollinators," Grahek added. "Wildlife who suffer from declining habitat include native bees, butterflies and hummingbirds."  

Stillwater Natives Nursery        Bandon, Oregon
Growing plants for people and pollinators of the south coast