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Plants on the edge & what they tell us

Plants on the edge - and what they tell us

* Plants tell us detailed stories about where they reside. “Reading” plants in the landscape can be a powerful tool for site assessment and making better land stewardship decisions. Edge plants in particular have fascinating information to share about soil characteristics and land use history. Learn to identify these indicator plants and how they restore ecosystems. Get to know plant communities and unravel cooperative relationships that work as energy harvesting systems.

Join us for a fall plant walk led by Sal Peabody, landscape designer and plant enthusiast!

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  • Gail P.

    Hello. I just joined. What a great group!

    October 4, 2013

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