LITCHFIELD — The White Memorial Conservation Center will offer the free program, The Ecotype Project : The Right Plants in the Right Place with Sefra Alexandra, the Seed Huntress, via Zoom at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 4. 

Native plants are vital to restoring a landscape by providing food and habitat for pollinators, but where to obtain these plants?

Understanding an ecoregional framework for conservation is crucial to sourcing the right plants for the right place.

Join Sefra Alexandra, lead of Connecticut’s Northeast Organic Farming Associations Ecotype Project, as she explains the process of sustainably sourcing wild pollinator seeds and making them locally available.

For a link to register, go to the website at

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