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Native Plant Life of Lake Sunapee

  • The Fells Newbury, NH (map)

Lake Sunapee is one of New Hampshire’s largest lakes, with eight miles of shoreline that hosts a wide range of native plants. Arthur Haines, author of Flora Novae Angliae, will lead a field study along the shoreline of Lake Sunapee to examine these plants and learn features of their identification and ecology, with some emphasis on those suited for use in horticulture (in order to design native plantings in this region). Wear footwear appropriate for uneven ground; bring a hand lens and protection from the elements.

This class is offered through the New England Wild Flower Society.

One can register online here.  Or, one can contact the registrar here.

Sunday, June 7, 1-3:30 pm

Location: The Fells, Newbury, NH
Program Code: FDT5015
Instructor: Arthur Haines
Fee: $23 (Member) / $28 (Nonmember)
Limit: 16 Certificate: Field: FB/Adv.FB
Cosponsor: The Fells

Earlier Event: May 31
Foraging for Wild Plants
Later Event: July 11
Mount Kearsarge