2018 Native Plant Society Field Trips and other events
May 19. Wildcat Falls Bio-Blitz
Northwood Alliance is seeking volunteers for a natural resource inventory of 160 acres near Wildcat Falls in Ontonagon County, Michigan.
May 26. Penokee Hills.
Hike from Weber Lake to a scenic rock bluff overlook in the Penokee Hills of Iron County, Wisconsin. 10 AM to 12:30 PM CT. Meet at Weber Lake Campground. Joint event with ICORE. Trip leader Ian Shackleford.
July 1. Devine Lake State Natural Area.
Wetland orchid kayak trip. Near Arbor Vitaw, Wisconsin. Trip leader Quita Sheehan.
July 14. Keweenaw Shores and Upson Lake Nature Sanctuaries.
Michigan Nature Association event. Trip leader Karena Schmidt. 11 AM ET. More details.
July 21. Hemlock Lake Old Growth
Hemlock Lake Old Growth and Vernal Pond. Northern Highland American Legion State Forest - near Woodruff. Ecologists will lead you on a journey into managed old growth forests, vernal ponds, and early successional forests. We will botanize and bird and view the intricate web of life this place has to offer. Rolling terrain and some road system hiking - intermediate level. Bring bug repellent, rain gear, water and lunch for afterward. Please meet at the Hemlock Lake (walk in) boat landing off Woodruff Rd. RSVP to Colleen Matula: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 13. Norwich Bluff Fall Colors.
2018 is the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System. We’ll park at the North Country Trail trailhead on Nowich Road and hike south to Norwich Bluff. Trip leader Ian Shackleford.
Keep checking back. Other trips are in development!
Other events of interest:
The Michigan Nature Association is offering several events in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Visit their website at www.michigannature.org.
National Forest Visitor Center 2018 Summer Program
Schedule. Presentations include:
Porcupine Mountains Folk School: www.porkies.org/events
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