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Sunday, July 14, 2019—Sunday, July 14, 2019

Harvey Butler Rhododendron Sanctuary

Join Bud Sechler, staff Ecological Programs Coordinator, for a field study with this five-acre stand of great laurel, the largest and most northern stand known in the region. This walk also explores the multitude of native plant gems on the rest of our 30-acre property, from yellow blue-bead lily to painted trillium, and from hemlock to northern white cedar. Bud shares the site’s secrets to managing for minimal invasive plants.

Habitat: Northern hardwood/hemlock-northern hardwood, wetland
Known for: Great Laurel, several woody and herbaceous specimens
Difficulty: Easy/moderate

Date/time detailsSunday, July 14, 2019, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
LocationSpringvale, ME
Program codeFDT9002
Fee$23 (Member)/$28 (Nonmember)
InstructorBud Sechler
Limit16
CEUNOFA AOLCP: 2.5
CertificateField: FB/Adv.FB
CosponsorWild Seed Project

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