Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 11:30am
Join Bud Sechler, staff Ecological Programs Coordinator, for an off-trail adventure into a woodland full of spring ephemerals on the Society’s 86-acre sanctuary adjacent to the Connecticut River. Spot favorites such as bloodroot and red columbine, and discover rare plants such as large-flowered bellwort and green-dragon. The field study also addresses common invasives that threaten native plants in situ, and approaches for combatting them.
Fee: $23 (Member)/$28 (Nonmember)
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