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The Reclamation Project Participants' Blog is used to complete the third step of the Native Flags campaign: uploading photos of your sapling(s) and flag. Videos of trees are optional. Also, please include the name of location where the tree was planted, the name of tree, and the date the tree was planted. (You must be signed in in order to post to the blog. If you need assistance posting, please email john@reclamationproject.net)

 

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Tree in Stuart, Florida

Posted By Peter Upton, Saturday, October 17, 2009

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Reclamation Project Saint Petersburg FL

Posted By Scott McMaster, Saturday, July 25, 2009
I planted my Red Maple tree in my yard on Feb 8, 2009 and reclaimed this land for nature.  I'm in 6th grade at Shorecrest Preparatory School.

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City of Stuart adopts Gumbo Limbo

Posted By Meg Whitmer, Saturday, July 25, 2009
On May 20, 2009 the City of Stuart officially adopted one of the six native trees featured in the Treasure Coast Urban Reforestation Project. The  12' Gumbo Limbo specimen, donated by Botanics Wholesale of Palm City, was planted in City Hall Park overlooking the St. Lucie River. 
Pictured are Meg Whitmer (left), project coordinator for The Reclamation Project - Treasure Coast and Stuart City Commissioner Carol Waxler (right). The Gumbo Limbo is a perfect addition to the native coastal habitat in City Hall Park, framed by a canopy of native Live Oaks and Sabal Palms overlooking the St. Lucie River. The location was selected to provide additional shade for the picnic tables.
The City of Stuart is a proud participant and supporter of The Reclamation Project.

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The sea grape reclamation

Posted By Brannon Henrie, Saturday, July 25, 2009
Sea grape planted in my yard on April 26 2009 St. Petersburg, FL

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Slash pine in Saint Petersburg

Posted By Teresa Restom Gaskill, Monday, May 4, 2009
Our baby slash pine planted on March 15, 2009, Saint Petersburg

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Baby Slash

Posted By kristie redfering, Wednesday, April 29, 2009
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Sea Grape

Posted By Marcia Gilmore, Sunday, April 19, 2009
This is our new sea grape plant in our front yard.  Buddy the dog loves it!

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gumbo limbo key biscayne 4/19/09

Posted By julien bacon, Sunday, April 19, 2009

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Sea Grape

Posted By Pamela Smolik, Monday, April 13, 2009
This sea grape was provided by the Florida Native Plant Society at the Wildlife Weekend Event in St Petersburg, FL. 

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New slash pine

Posted By Corey Smolik, Monday, April 13, 2009
This slash pine was provided by St Petersburg Florida Native Plant Society at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve during the Wildlife Weekend event held the first weekend in March. 

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How to post your flag and tree

Posted By Xavier Cortada, Tuesday, June 10, 2008
When posting your picture of your flag and tree, please upload a picture of your tree using the blog form. Videos of trees are optional. Also, please include the name of location where the tree was planted, the name of tree, and the date the tree was planted.
 
For example:
 
I assisted the Mayor of Miami in planting a Paradise Tree at the Miami Science Museum in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami, Florida, on October 4, 2007. This served as the launch of the Native Flags exhibit at the museum.

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The Reclamation Project and Native Flags are participatory eco-art projects by FIU College of Architecture + The Arts Artist-in-Residence Xavier Cortada.  

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