The Society of Environmental Advocates is hosting its annual plant sale this week in Wolfe Hall’s DNA hallway.
The sale will continue daily through Friday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. or until all plants are sold.“The sale provides our organization with all of its funding, since we are too new to get funding from the University.” said Kathryn Dzyak, a senior majoring in biology. “We put on all sorts of events, for Earth Hour and things like that.”
The students are selling aloe, cacti, succulents, air plants, tomato plants, and several plants native to the Toledo area in order to fund efforts to raise awareness for environmental conservation.
The plants range in price from $3 to $10 depending on size and rarity.
According to Alyssa Kelley, a sophomore majoring in environmental science, anyone in any major is invited to join the Society of Environmental Advocates.
For more information, visit the society’s website.