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Join us Saturday May 4th and Saturday May 18th, 2019 from 9am-3pm for our Native Plant Sale and Habitat Fair at 2698 Bluestem Willow Drive in Loveland (located in The Lakes at Centerra). Come buy native plants, tour our new visitor center, check out our partner’s booths, participate in activities, and eat!
The entire HPEC gift store will also be ON SALE! Take 15% off books, wind chimes, bird feeders, science kits, and more!
We have a very large selection of native plants in 4 inch ($5) and 1 gallon ($10) pots. We collect many of our seeds in Larimer County. These distinct local ecotypes are grown without the use of neonicotinoids and other pesticides, which are counter to the focus of preserving pollinators.
View our NATIVE PLANT SPECIES LIST
*Subject to Availability*
The Habitat Fair will be back in 2019! This will be the focal point for both days, as we can use the people power of attendance to spread environmental awareness and gain community support. Our partner organizations will be setting up tables and offering interactive activities, selling their wares, and providing opportunities to connect with local nonprofits and get involved.
Partner Booths Include:
The Butterfly Pavilion
Colorado Native Plant Society
City of Loveland
CSU Extension (Native Plant Masters & Master Gardeners)
Front Range Wild Ones
Big Thompson Watershed Coalition
Poudre Learning Center
Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation
Girl Scouts of Colorado
Nature Journaling by Nancy Aley
…and other local partners!
Habitat Fair Vendors Request: If you are interested in representing your organization and/or providing an outdoor educational activity please reach out to [email protected]
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Directions: 2698 Bluestem Willow Drive Loveland, CO 80538
From I-25 take the Loveland/Highway 34 exit. Head west on 34 to Boyd Lake Road, go north on Boyd Lake to the 2nd roundabout, head east on Long Pine Lake Drive to the end of Long Pine Lake and park on the surrounding streets.