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    Contributed by the Muscatine County Soil and Water Conservation District

    The Muscatine County Soil and Water Conservation District’s annual sale will feature many native plants.

    MUSCATINE, Iowa–Native wildflowers, prairie grasses, and bare-root tree seedlings are for sale from the Muscatine County Soil and Water Conservation District, 3500 Oakview Drive Suite A, Muscatine, with orders accepted through March 26.

    Money raised goes toward scholarships, educational programs, and other community projects.

    The district is also selling Plantskydd, a rain-resistant animal repellent to help protect your vegetation from deer and rabbits.  It is available as a liquid or powder in prices ranging from $13 to $60.

    To obtain an order form for any of these items, stop by the office or call Pam at 563-263-7944 x3 or email  [email protected].  You can also check the Muscatine SWCD Facebook page for the order forms.

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