Sign up for Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary’s Native Plant Rescue Volunteer Orientation and discover how you can be a part of a program that’s been helping native plants survive since 1975. Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary members will provide a brief overview of the Auxiliary’s mission and the history of the Native Plant Rescue program. Guests will learn about native plant volunteer opportunities and procedures, including native plant rescue digs and gardening in our Native Plant/Wildflower Garden.
Location and Parking
The Native Plant Rescue Volunteer Orientation will take place in the Cranbrook House & Gardens Workshop. Parking is available by the Greenhouse, above the soccer fields, and in the main lot off of Lone Pine Road. Signs will direct you to the Workshop entrance.
Cranbrook House & Gardens
380 Lone Pine Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Reservations and More Info
Native Plant Rescue Volunteer Orientation is free to attend and all are welcome. No prior experience with native plants is necessary to join. Reservations are appreciated.