In celebration of International Day of Forests on March 21st, join Evan Patrick, Natural Areas Team Leader, to learn what makes trees found in The Parklands so remarkably outstanding.
During a classroom lecture, members will discover a centuries-old chinkapin oak, a potential state champion redbud, a sycamore large enough to live in, and many others. The locations of these unique trees will be provided, and participants are encouraged to visit the specimen trees of The Parklands to appreciate them first-hand.
*This event is FREE but open to PARKLANDS MEMBERS ONLY. Space is limited, so make sure you register early!
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