Enjoy the first day of summer with a tour of native seed production, polinator enhancement, and farm habitat restoration (riparian, oak woodland, pollinator hedgerows) at Heritage Seedlings’ Lake Farm property.
Tour leader: Lynda Boyer, Restoration Biologist and Native Plant Manager, Heritage Seedlings, Inc.
Water, apples, and cookies provided. Bring your binocs! Easy walking and we will drive to the west side of the farm for part of the tour. Please RSVP if you can to email@example.com
Directions to Lake Farm Jordan St Field: (east gate and seed production area) [no physical address but it’s just east of 8229 Jordan St SE on the north side of the road and 8382 on the south side of the road; and west of Dumore Dr. SE) Sign says Heritage Seedlings 8500/8600 Block – here is a link to a view of the gate location showing Dumore. If you hit the Railroad tracks or Howell Prairie after that you are past Dumore and need to turn around.
Old Fashioned Directions: I-5 north or south to exit 253 [Hwy 22] 22 east to exit #5 [Joseph St] Left at exit onto Joseph St (go under Hwy 22) In ~ 200 yards at T in road [71st] go left Take immediate Right onto Jordan St. Continue on Jordan 1.6 miles heading east (1/8 mile west of railroad tracks north side of road and just east of 8229 Jordan St SE on the north side of the road and 8382 on the south side of the road; and west of Dumore Dr. SE) *You will see deer fencing on the left and a large, green double gate. For the Seed Production fields, go through the gate and down the gravel road past the building on the left and the large oak on the right until the gravel road comes to a “T”. Take a right at the T and you will see the greenhouse. Park at the greenhouse.