FIELD TRIP CANCELED DUE TO WET GROUND and INABILITY TO ACCESS PRIMARY SITE.
Sponsoring Organization: Maryland Native Plant Society
Join us for a walk in Little Bennett Park, the largest park (3700 acres) in Montgomery County, to see another of its many fascinating natural features. We will visit the National Co-Champion native Spicebush, found by MNPS member Keith Sanderson, and visit two forest restoration sites along a tributary of Little Bennett Creek. Emphasis will be on identifying the native plants the M-NCPPC staff are attempting to save from deer damage, and the invasive plants that also contribute to their demise.
Leaders: Keith Sanderson and Marney Bruce
Notes: Easy, flat walk, not wet, although briars and thorns on low bushes (Himalayan Blackberry, Multiflora Rose) may catch your clothing.
Bring: water, lunch or a snack; binoculars and field guides are suggested. Tick and similar insect repellant advised.
Cancellation Policy: Light rain is fine but canceled in the case of heavy rain or thunderstorms. You will be notified by email before 9:00 AM if the trip has to be canceled due to weather. Please be sure to check your email before leaving the house.
Contact: (for additional information; not to register) Keith Sanderson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 240-328-4746 ; or Marney Bruce email@example.com.
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
Download a trail map: http://montgomerytrails.org/
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