A large number of plants found a home on McGuffey Nature Center’s Red Trail on January 26, 2016.  The weather was perfect as Coweta County MGEV’s cleared privet and other invasive plants  in order to plant dogwoods, cedars, oak-leaf hydrangeas, red buckeye, switch cane, and green and gold.  The plants were donated by the Georgia Forestry Commission and Coweta County MGEV’s. IMG_4270 IMG_4278IMG_4280IMG_4297


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