After a long, cold winter, spring brings us robust wildflowers that add new color to our landscape. How reassuring and welcoming it is to see this marvelous spring occurrence. Come join Michele Tulis as we walk the trails and explore the wide variety of early wildflowers growing at the park. Michele will help us identify them and also explain some of the medicinal uses for these wild plants. This is a casual walk that she has led for a number of years. The trails can be muddy so wear boots and we will be donning masks.
Registration required — please click here to register: https://forms.gle/t9ez14cP8kZZauFm9
This program will be held in person at Mills Riverside Park. Please wear face masks and practice social distancing. Group size will be limited to eight participants. This program is co-sponsored with the Jericho Underhill Land Trust (JULT). Emails used to register for this program will be shared with JULT for the purpose of coordinating this program.