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Gilbertie's Farm

Aspetuck Land Trust ‘s socially distanced native plant sale at Gilbertie’s Farm in Easton was a big hit. Nearly 200 people purchased 700 native plants, shrubs and trees, creating “a great opportunity to get people excited about native plants that they can plant in their own yards that help us to promote biodiversity in the landscape…” as Executive Director, David Brant notes in the Easton Courier.

The native plant sale contributed to an even greater cause, promoting the Green Corridor Initiative , engaging homeowners in native planting, and encouraging people to sign the Green Corridor pledge.