Old Pepper Place is a stunning, biologically diverse parcel of land in Washington, VT. The 350-acre old hill farm includes two small fens and offers wonderful views of forested lands, open fields, and the Green Mountains. During this field trip you will learn all about the Reserve’s natural history with a focus on plant life and identification. We will discuss the geology and ecology of the area, look for edible plants and birds, and interpret tracks and other signs of wildlife. Bring a bag lunch, water, a hand lens, and binoculars. Wear proper footwear and clothing.
This class is offered through the New England Wild Flower Society.
Sunday, July 26, 1-4 p.m.
Location: Washington, VT
Program Code: FDT5017
Instructor: Arthur Haines
Fee: $28 (Member) / $35 (Nonmember)
Limit: 14 Certificate: Field: FB/Adv.FB
Cosponsor: Vermont Institute of Natural Science