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  • Odiorne Point State Park — New England Wild Flower Society
    by invasive plants These habitats have been undergoing restoration since 2009 using integrated pest management techniques Get to know more about these techniques as well as the lessons learned from the ongoing restoration project Habitat coastal rocky headland mesic and xeric shrub thickets mesic forest small back barrier marshes and coastal salt pond marsh Known For a variety of marine influenced habitats Difficulty Easy Wednesday June 29 1 3 p

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/odiorne-point-state-park (2016-05-01)
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  • Old Pepper Place Nature Reserve — New England Wild Flower Society
    Mountains During this field trip you will learn about the Reserve s natural history with a focus on plant life and identification We will discuss the geology and ecology of the area look for edible plants and birds and interpret tracks and other signs of wildlife Bring a bag lunch a hand lens and binoculars wear proper footwear and clothing Habitat upland forest Known For showy lady s slipper pond

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/old-pepper-place-nature-reserve (2016-05-01)
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  • Orono Bog — New England Wild Flower Society
    of the wetland without getting stuck in the mud Join Arthur Haines in examining the bog s flora in its entirety and identifying remarkable plants indigenous to this area Wear waterproof footwear and bring a hand lens a metric ruler and a copy of Flora Novae Angliae if you have one Habitat peatland bog Known For a large array of bog plants including heaths and carnivorous species Difficulty Easy Moderate

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/orono-bog (2016-05-01)
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  • Vossburg Hills — New England Wild Flower Society
    oak sugar maple hemlock and a variety of wildflowers adapted to dry high pH soils A number of rare plant species have been documented in these hills The landscape also features outcroppings and cobbles with a fascinating variety of ferns Bring a bag lunch Habitat dry limestone hardwood forest Known For wildflowers and ferns Difficulty Easy Saturday August 27 10 a m 2 p m Location Sheffield MA Program Code

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/vossburg-hills (2016-05-01)
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  • Plants 102: Deeper into the Green World — New England Wild Flower Society
    they interact with other species and how geology soils land use history hydrology and climate shape the plant communities of the region You ll adopt a plant to observe throughout the course and have a unique opportunity to accompany an experienced botanist in the field This course includes five weeks of online instruction followed by a visit to a field site to be arranged by the student and a mentor

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/plants-102-deeper-into-the-green-world (2016-05-01)
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  • Wildflower Walk — New England Wild Flower Society
    to native wildflowers or a long time enthusiast there is no better way to learn about regional flora than in the field In this program participants will learn to identify native flora in a variety of habitats Saturday June 4 10 11 30 a m Location Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary Marshfield MA Program Code BOT1081 Instructor Ted Elliman Fee 15 Member 20 Nonmember Limit 15 Certificate Elective FB Adv FB

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/wildflower-walk (2016-05-01)
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  • With Mary: The Audubon of Botany — New England Wild Flower Society
    catalog of North American wildflowers In this lecture by Marjorie Jones who has written a biography of this fascinating accomplished woman you will learn about Walcott s travel adventures her correspondence with First Lady Lou Henry Hoover and her work for the Bureau of Indian Affairs Jones will explore the rich intersections of religion politics women s history science and art during this transformative time and share exquisite images of

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/with-mary-the-audubon-of-botany (2016-05-01)
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  • Hydric Soils — New England Wild Flower Society
    U S Army Corps of Engineers soil descriptions During the morning classroom session we will review basic soil descriptors including color texture and soil development specifically hydric characteristics and redoximorphic features In the afternoon field session we will learn to apply these indicators to soils Bring available field equipment and a bag lunch wear footwear appropriate for muddy conditions Tuesday August 9 9 a m 4 p m Location Garden

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/hydric-soils (2016-05-01)
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