Sponsoring Organizations: Maryland Native Plant Society Prince George's County Chapter and Greenbelt Biota
We'll join Greenbelt Biota in exploring a small but interesting park in Greenbelt, Maryland. Greenbrier Park is a 7 acre forested park tucked among suburban development. Greenbelt Biota has explored this park several times, and found an interesting mixture of plants. Swamp azalea grows near bracken fern and chinquapin, black birch grows near sweetbay magnolia, and pink lady slippers adorn a small picnic area. If time allows we can also explore an adjacent parcel with a more typical oak heath forest.
Leaders: Damien Ossi and Robinne Gray
FREE, BUT ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Limited to 20 people.
Open to all, not restricted to MNPS members.
Notes: Flat, easy walk on an unpaved trail. Roots and fallen logs may be obstacles. No restrooms on site, though there are several businesses (including a Starbucks) within 1/2 mile.
Cancellation Policy: Trip will be canceled in the event of heavy rain or storms. If in doubt about the weather, contact the leader, Damien Ossi, email@example.com.
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
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