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Lantana’s Monarch Waystation is designed to educate residents and other HOAs on how native landscapes and HOAs can co-exist. We’ll tend to the plants in this HOA showcase native garden – weeding, deadheading as needed, adding plant material, adding mulch, and generally keeping things tidy. Bring weeding tools, gloves, clippers, water…and your cell phone or camera to add the many pollinators attracted to the garden to your iNaturalist observations.
Summer Hours for Lantana Monarch Waystation Workday
Summer’s heat has hit, and we’re going to be starting earlier for the monthly Lantana Monarch Waystation workday. We will start at 8am. Most workdays aren’t much more than an hour or two, depending on how many people show.
For more information or to let us know you’re coming: Diane Wetherbee, email@example.com, 972-897-3318
Third Wednesday of each month, 8am summer start
Lantana Community Center
1301 Haverford Lane, Lantana (may come up Argyle on GPS)
(Note: if you enter Lantana at FM 407 and Lantana Trail, there is construction on Lantana Trail for one mile. Traffic reduces to one lane in each direction. Please be watchful!)
VMS Code: P200111:NPA:Lantana Monarch Waystation