Sponsoring Organizations: Maryland Native Plant Society and Maryland Biodiversity Project
We will begin the day exploring the salt marshes of Elliott Island. We then head north exploring transitional habitats, culminating in the ancient sand dune habitat of northeastern Dorchester County.
Level of ease: Not difficult, mostly roadside botanizing. Walking along dirt roads/paths.
We will be in tick and chigger territory. Please use the appropriate repellents. It might also be buggy (mosquitoes and flies).
Leader: Jim Brighton
Registration through September 10 for members only.
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Limited to 16 people.
Bring: Lunch, snacks, drinks/water. Insect repellent.
Cancellation Policy: Walk will proceed in drizzle, but will be cancelled for heavy rain or dangerous weather.
Contact: (for additional information; not to register) Jim Brighton: firstname.lastname@example.org 410-443-1438
The Maryland Native Plant Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.
Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns.
During registration we will ask each individual, or if under 18 a parent, to complete an agreement to the policies
Please read our full policy statement
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