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Sierra Club May 3: Wildflowers, Trees & Critters
Scott Dean offers a program that focuses on “Wildflowers, Trees & Critters” and how they work together in the natural environment. He’ll look at three seasons in the southern Appalachians, previewing what will be happening out in the woods over the course of the next six months. This event is free and open to the public. A walk leader and featured speaker for the UNC-Asheville Wildflower Pilgrimage from 1995 until 2015, Dean has led wildlife and wildflower walks at the Western North Carolina Nature Center, where he worked for a year building the cougar and bobcat habitats. A former First Vice President of the Friends of the Nature Center, he developed curricula and teaches field classes for the Blue Ridge Naturalist program at the N. C. Arboretum. For more information, contact Judy Mattox, [masked] , (828)[masked]. Be sure to check our website,, for complete information about all of the cllu b's activities, including hikes, environmental advocacy and political advocacy. ###

Unitarian Universalist Church of Asheville

Corner of Charlotte Street and Edwin One Edwin Place · Asheville, NC

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WENOCA is a part of the Western North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club. We seek to explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth.

We invite you to join us if you are someone who cares about the world we live in - the Sierra Club needs you.

We are now on as a way for more members of the community to learn about our activities which range from the social hikes and picnics to political actions and educational presentations.

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