Topic: Helping Tidal Wetland and Beach Plants to Weather Climate Change
Speaker: Louisa Thompson
Tidal wetland and beach habitats are under threat from sea level rise and other aspects of climate change. Learn how shoreline property owners – public and private – can assess the potential to preserve tidal habitats and help them migrate to higher elevations, ensuring continuation of the important ecosystem services these plant communities provide.
All are welcome to come.
Location: The Irvine Nature Center, 11201 Garrison Forest Road, Owings Mills, MD. www.explorenature.org
Directions: From the Baltimore Beltway (I-695), take Exit 19 (I-795 North) to Exit 4 (Ownings Mills Boulevard). Stay in the right-hand lane of the exit - toward Rte. 140/Reisterstown Rd. Go 2.3 miles (4 stoplights); take a right at the 5th light onto Crondall Lane. Continue on Crondall Lane until it dead-ends in Garrison Forest Road. Turn right onto Garrison Forest Rd. The entrance to Irvine Nature Center is .3 miles on the left.
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