Learn how to identify trees without their leaves with the Kennebunk Estuary Land Trust.
Led by Cheri Brunault, participants will uncover clues to name the trees of the forest, even if they are not wearing their distinctive foliage. This program is great for budding naturalists or landowners looking to strengthen their knowledge of local tree species, as well as anyone looking for a thoughtful walk in the woods.
Brunault will share how to identify a variety of tree and shrub species that grow in Lilly Pond Preserve using twigs, branch structure, and bark.
This event is free and open to public. This is a light rain or shine event and the workshop content is targeted for adults and children 10 years old and older.
Advance registration is required due to the limited class size.
To get to Lilly Pond Preserve, take High Street south from US-1 about 1 mile. Turn left onto Marshall Street, where parking is available at Goddard Park on the left. Then walk south on High Street approximately 500 feet, just past Getchell Street, to the preserve entrance at the wooden stairs on the right.
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