Sunday, April 27, 2014

Spring Tree Walk is coming up at the Botanical Gardens of Asheville

Please come out and join me in a spring walk at the Botanical Gardens.  I have created a new special tree checklist to share with all the folks who come out on the walk.  You can get started on your very own tree lift list.  Did you know there are over 100 different species of Southern Appalachian trees that live at the Botanical  Gardens of Asheville.  What a wonderful to get to know them, the springtime.  The walk is May 17th at 10am.  Call to register, see below for all that info.  I look forward to seeing you there!

May 17
A Southern Appalachian Tree Walk in the Gardens, Rebecca Priddy
10 am – 12 pm
The Botanical Gardens at Asheville

Rebecca Priddy, Certified Naturalist, will lead a walk in the Botanical Gardens and using a tree checklist, observe the Southern Appalachian trees that live here. Come out and get to know and appreciate the trees by increasing your observation and identification skills. We will talk about being a citizen forester, the Asheville Tree Map project, and the Science of Phenology. You can read more about Becky at her blog: Meet at the BGA Visitor Center. Rain or Shine: bring rain gear/umbrella!Cost: BGA members: $12, Nonmembers: $17
Reservations are required
.  Contact Office Administrator at BGA for additional information and/or to register (828) 252-5190

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