A native plant sale will be held by Friends of Cedars of Lebanon State Park on Saturday, June 6th from 9 am-2 pm at Cedars of Lebanon State Park, Shelter 4. Fifty species of native plants (wild flowers and some understory trees) will be offered, many of which are featured in the Dixon Merritt Butterfly and Native Plant Garden, located behind the Nature Center. New offerings this year include: Iron Weeds, Larkspur, Golden Rods and Asters.
For more information call 615-714-1292
Giving matters and you have an opportunity to donate to The Friends of Cedars of Lebanon State Park through The Big Payback. You can go to http://www.bigpayback.org and search for The Friends of Cedars of Lebanon State Park under non-profits. When you find our page, please make a gift of $10 or more in our name. It will be counted between May 6 at 6:00 PM and May 7 at 6:00 PM.
The Friends have contributed to improvements in our beautiful park this year by purchasing stone and having it hauled for the chimney at the cabin at Sadie Ford farm; replanting trees and flowers in the Butterfly Garden which suffered extensive damage from big equipment that was used to install the new bridge for the ADA Trail; provided concrete and pipe to make markers at the disc golf course; hosted the retirement event for Buddy Ingram; purchased broom making supplies; and purchased supplies to build the grist mill at Sadie Farm.
Cedars of Lebanon State Park will open to previously registered campers on Friday May 1. Please continue to maintain social distancing.