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05/12/2016

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Laura

Well said and Amen!

Mona Miller

Many of these plants also grow at Thompson Wildlife Management Area in Markham, Virginia. I try to trek out there every Mother's Day to take in the natives at Tower 6 off of Freezeland Road.

I've done plant rescues. There are many people who are interested, if someone sets it up. But, you have to get permission from the developers. If you give me contact information, I will approach them. I have a form for participants which releases the developers of any liability. They don't want people getting hurt on their land. My policy is that no one enters the property without supervision, too. And, every hole that is dug is covered back up so surveyors don't break a leg or anyone else.

karen@windyhill.net

In this case I'm worried about the animals, and I know it's illegal to relocate them. But it's good to know that you have the ability (potentially) to save plants from development. Thank-you Mona!

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