Sponsoring Organization: Maryland Native Plant Society
Learn about ongoing work in removing non-native invasive plants (and deer!) at Audubon Naturalist Society's 40 acre Woodend Sanctuary. Alison Pearce, Director of Habitat Restoration, will discuss early results of deer exclusion, invasive plant managing, new plantings, and GIS tracking work in the sanctuary. We will also look at sites for stream and trail restoration.
Habitat restoration at Woodend Sanctuary focuses on restoring forward – aiming for the future, guided by the wisdom of the past. At Woodend, we strive to re-establish complex relationships between people, plants, insects, birds, and animals to help put nature back on to a healthy trajectory.
Leaders: Alison Pearce and Sujata Roy
MNPS membership not required.
Bring: Dress for the weather - good shoes/boots. Bring water and snacks.
Notes: There will be some uphill and downhill walking, on paved and natural surface trails.
Cancellation Policy: We will cancel in the event of a forecasted prolonged downpour or snow. If in doubt about the weather, contact Sujata Roy, email@example.com
Contact: (for additional information; not to register): Sujata Roy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
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