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  • Family Hike: Fish Weir to Frog Pond — New England Wild Flower Society
    wander through pine woodland to discover a glacial kettle hole descend a steep slope to a squishy wetland lush with ferns and creep up on the fish pond to surprise a frog Wear boots This program is part of our Family Hikes series Are you looking for a Saturday morning family adventure Join us for a guided nature walk Our naturalists will lead you on short walks pointing out interesting

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/family-hike-fish-weir-to-frog-pond (2016-05-01)
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  • Ponemah Bog — New England Wild Flower Society
    pitch pine woods We will see a host of bog plants including pitcher plants sundews and tamaracks The beauty of this kettle hole bog is heavenly and in fact according to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Ponemah means land of the hereafter Bring a bag lunch a hand lens and waterproof footwear Habitat poor fen Known For rhodora and carnivorous plants Difficulty Easy Saturday May 7 10 a m 2 p m

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/ponemah-bog (2016-05-01)
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  • Wild Edibles — New England Wild Flower Society
    Wild Plants I Have Known and Eaten for a walk at Old Town Hill You ll learn how to identify find and prepare edible plants safely and responsibly Habitat current and former agricultural land coastal plain and salt marsh Known For sumac wild lettuce stinging nettle black raspberry salt tolerant plant species Difficulty Easy Moderate Sunday May 8 1 4 p m Location Newbury MA Program Code FDT1038 Instructor Russs

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/wild-edibles (2016-05-01)
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  • Field Farm — New England Wild Flower Society
    cohosh growing side by side eastern leatherwood long spurred violet Goldie s wood fern and many more wildflowers We will have great views of Mount Greylock as we walk through the fields where bobolinks will serenade us Bring a bag lunch and a hand lens Habitat northern hardwood forest rich mesic forest and calcareous wet meadow Known For spring ephemerals calciphiles Difficulty Easy Moderate Sunday May 15 10 a m

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/field-farm (2016-05-01)
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  • Eshqua Bog Natural Area — New England Wild Flower Society
    wonderland and learn what the Society has discovered during ten years of monitoring the site This 40 acre parcel of land protects an 8 acre wetland known for its abundance of showy lady s slipper s and other wild orchids Habitat fen and rich mesic hardwood forest Known For showy lady s slippers Difficulty Easy Tuesday June 21 10 a m 12 p m Location Hartland VT Program Code FDT5007

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/eshqua-bog-natural-area (2016-05-01)
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  • Mount Holyoke Range State Park — New England Wild Flower Society
    the Pioneer Valley and have lunch at the summit A visit to the Horse Caves follows and then we return by the more leisurely Robert Frost Trail Along the way we ll see orchids sedges ferns asters and other plants characteristic of this rich bedrock Bring a bag lunch Habitat trap rock glades forest seeps and streams Known For large whorled pogonia orchid diverse ferns sedges and asters Difficulty Moderate

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/mount-holyoke-range-state-park (2016-05-01)
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  • Grow Your Own Meadow — New England Wild Flower Society
    will explain what a meadow is and teach you about the role of native species in a meadow the basics of meadow ecology site selection low impact site preparation techniques and steps you can take right now to get started After the lecture you can purchase books and native plants grown by the Society s Nasami Farm Nursery Thursday June 2 5 8 30 p m Location Nasami Farm Nursery

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/our-programs/grow-your-own-meadow (2016-05-01)
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  • Field Botany — New England Wild Flower Society
    to Plant Families New England Plant Communities Wildflowers of New England Framework Trees of New England Native New England Shrubs Field Identification Techniques Botanic Inventory Methods Four Elective Classes Elective classes change each term Click here to see a list of our current elective classes Four Botanical Field Studies Botanical field studies change each term Click here to see a list of our current field studies Fifteen Hours of Native Plant Community Service Students may volunteer with the Society or with a native plant or plant conservation oriented organization Advanced Curriculum Five Core Courses all required Click here to see a list of our current core courses Conservation Biology New England Plant Diversity Sessions 1 5 Advanced Plant Inventory Techniques Invasive Plants Identification Documentation and Control Basic Wetland Identification and Delineation Four Elective Classes Elective classes change each term Click here to see a list of our current elective classes Three Botanical Field Studies Botanical field studies change each term Click here to see a list of our current field studies Two Plant Diversity Workshops Plant Diversity Workshops change each term Click here to see a list of our current workshops Twenty five Hours of Community Service Students must apply their newly learned skills in the field by completing a Native Plant Community Service Leadership Project Projects must benefit the community and further the Society s mission Past projects have focused on the development of native plant and invasive plant inventories botanical studies and land management plans Here are some examples Watch List Species Evaluation Linum Striatum Vascular Plant Survey of Talus Slopes at the Arthur Iverson Conservation Area Warwick MA A Baseline Botanical Inventory of the Butler Pickell Property A Botanical Study of Upper Mill Brook Conservation Area in Wayland MA Inventory of Natural Areas within the City of

    Original URL path: http://backstage.newenglandwild.org/learn/certificate/botany.html (2016-05-01)
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