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Auger Planting Workshop

At the June 2018 TAP training workshop at the Euchee Butterfly Farm, attendees have hands-on practice with a planting auger under the supervision of Dr. Chip Taylor


Planting trays for Asclepias viridis

Youth from the language immersion program at the Yuchi Language Project prepare planting trays for Asclepias viridis (Green Antelopehorn Milkweed) in May 2018 at the Euchee Butterfly Farm.


Muscogee Creek Nation Youth Council

Muscogee Creek Nation Youth Council

In May 2018, the Muscogee Creek Nation Youth Council participated in a TAP training session at the Wetumka Indian Community Center on growing milkweed from seed.


Asclepias viridis

Asclepias viridis in production at the Euchee Butterfly Farm greenhouse in April 2018.


Native Nectar Plants

Native nectar plants in germination trays at the Euchee Butterfly Farm greenhouse in March 2018.


Tribal staff of the Miami Nation

Tribal staff of the Miami Nation, Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Choctaw Nation, Osage Nation and Chickasaw Nation watch as David Correll, Chickasaw Nation Horticultural Supervisor, leads a training session on native plant seed cleaning at the Morris Indian Community Center in October 2017.


Tribal Environmental Action

Assistant Chief Lewis Johnson of the Seminole Nation assists Seminole Nation Wildlife and Parks Direction Shane Phillips in plants milkweed at the Seminole Nation Mekusukey Mission restoration site during a Tribal Environmental Action for Monarchs planting event in May 2017


A Wild Asclepias viridis Site

A wild Asclepias viridis site in bloom during May 2017 at the Euchee Butterfly Farm that was later used to collect milkweed seed pods.

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