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2017 Free Milkweed for Restoration Projects Application
Update: February 7, 2017. Thousands of milkweed seeds are stratifying at our partner nurseries and will soon be germinating. We are still seeking funding in order to fill all requests. Applicants will be receiving an email follow-up when we determine our final numbers of milkweeds and funding. We have been accepting applications since the beginning of November and will continue accepting applications until we are sure all plants will be distributed or all funding is used. Applications are reviewed in chronological order, so "first come, first served."

Habitat restoration sites must be a minimum of two acres. Gardens and landscaped areas do not qualify. If your site fits these criteria and is located in one of the ecoregions listed below, please proceed with the application. We are striving to propagate milkweeds from all ecoregions listed, but cannot guarantee this will happen.

To determine your ecoregion number, see: Enter the zip code of your site to obtain your ecoregion. If your zip code is not found, reload the page, check the "show all ecoregions" box, and zoom in on your area.

Key to the ecoregion name from the zip code search:

212 Laurentian Mixed Forest
221 Eastern Broadleaf Forest (Oceanic)
M221 Central Appalachian Broadleaf Forest--Coniferous Forest--Meadow
222 Eastern Broadleaf Forest (Continental)
231 Southeastern Mixed Forest
234 Lower Mississippi Riverine Forest
251 Prairie Parkland (Temperate)
255 Prairie Parkland (Subtropical)
315 Southwest Plateau and Plains Dry Steppe and Shrub
331 Great Plains-Palouse Dry Steppe
332 Great Plains Steppe

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