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"Return to the Wild."

Kentucky was once full of native flowering plants that fed our pollinators and supported local wildlife.

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Now, as humans have spread across the land, so too have exotic, invasive plants from modern landscaping.

It's been estimated that 15% of our flora is now made up of exotic plants, and it doesn't seem to be slowing down.

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Our goal is to promote the use of native plants in Kentucky, and to provide more online resources for native gardeners.

By removing non-native, invasive plants from our yards, and replacing them with native species, we can help take back our state

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Non-native landscaping is part of a bygone era. Be part of the solution and take the steps to help restore Kentucky today.

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