All over Florida, roadsides are turning into stretches of wildflowers that feed our bees, butterflies and birds. This beautiful transformation is just one example of how your support is helping to change
• Thirty-three of Florida’s 67 counties have pledged to preserve naturally occurring wildflowers along roadsides.
• 150,000 copies of two 24-page “10 Easy Wildflowers” publications have been distributed throughout Florida.
• More native milkweed is feeding Monarch caterpillars, thanks to a project that is collecting seeds and propagating plants.
• 140 pages of lessons that teach Florida’s third- and fourth-graders about our wildflowers and wild creatures are now available to teachers.
Still, there is much more to do. With your help, we can keep connecting the dots, ensuring that both children and adults throughout Florida understand the importance of our state’s wildflowers and their link to our health and well-being.
One of our generous donors has pledged to match each dollar we raise for wildflowers by year’s end, up to $9,000. That means the contribution you make today will be doubled! Please consider making a tax-deductible gift of $50, $100 or even $500 to the Foundation, the only non-profit organization in Florida explicitly devoted to preserving our vital native wildflowers.
Today make a contribution today via credit card through PayPal, visit www.FlaWildflowers.org/donate.php or call 407-622-1606. Or, mail your check to the Florida Wildflower Foundation, 225 S. Swoope Ave., Suite 110, Maitland, FL 32751.
With gratitude for your generous support of Florida wildflowers and wild places,