May | Bud burst
Topic this month
This month we’ll look at the smallest parts of our big trees. With temperatures consistently in the 40s and 50s, plants are mostly free of the hazards of a frost. Trees begin to sprout tiny little leaves. These leaves often look different from their mature forms. Learn about the adaptation of trees that serve them well in the springtime.
Do I need to register?
Nope. The lectures are open to the public (with a suggested donation of $5-15). Free to Patreon members. While you don’t need to register, an RSVP helps us plan for the event.
Where and when does it meet?
Lectures will begin in January 2020. They’re scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month, from 7-8pm! Street parking is available on Allen St. There’s also a parking lot on North Ave between Murray and Elmwood.
Who is this for?
The program is geared towards adults. All naturalists, novice and expert alike, are welcome! Kids can join as well, but should be accompanied by an adult.
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