Sponsoring Organization: Maryland Native Plant Society
Description: We will return to the Seneca Creek Greenway Trail, starting from the parking lot on Route 28. The trail between Route 28 and Black Rock Mill crosses overgrown meadows, rocky outcroppings, wooded bluffs high above Seneca Creek, and small streams. We will look at fall composites in bloom and search for the beginnings of fall fruits. This area has many non-native invasives but also a surprising variety of native plants.
Leader: Anne DeNovo
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Limited to 15 people.
Notes: We will walk 2-2.5 miles, both uphill and downhill. The trail is steep and may be muddy. No restrooms.
Bring: Field guides, sun or rain protection, insect repellent, water, snacks.
Cancellation Policy: Trip will be cancelled in the event of heavy rain or dangerous conditions.
Contact: Anne DeNovo, email@example.com, 240-731-6494
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
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