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Tree ID Walk through NE Penjajawoc Preserve

Posted Oct. 02, 2013, at 2:12 p.m.
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Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013 10 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Location: Bangor Land Trust, Office is located at 8 Harlow St, Suite 4B, Bangor, ME

For more information: Donne Sinderson; 207-942-1010; bangorlandtrust.org

Calling all tree lovers!

Join us on Saturday, October 12 for a tree ID walk through a portion of the Northeast Penjajawoc Preserve. This walk will be led by Dr. Steve Sader, a tree expert with the School of Forest Resources at the University of Maine. The walk will cover a little more than a mile on a loop trail through the preserve and should take about an hour and a half. A handout sheet listing most of the trees, shrubs, and common ground plants found in Maine will be provided. Those who like to keep track should bring a clipboard and pencil. Expect to see about 30 different plant species during the walk. To aid in some of the identifications, binoculars will be provided. Good walking/hiking shoes are recommended as parts of the trail route contain exposed roots and rocks. The walk starts at 10:00 am from the BLT kiosk on Kittredge Rd. The kiosk and parking area is about one mile from the Stillwater, Kittredge Rd intersection.

www.bangorlandtrust.org

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