Top Ten Trees and Shrubs of Cedar Creek

Date: 
Monday, July 10, 2017

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Get a solid review of the top ten species of woody plants that are native to the Anoka Sandplain from master botanist Barb Delany. These important trees and shrubs provide essential food and cover for wildlife. You will see more than ten species, but you’ll learn to distinguish those additional species by contrasting them with the ten that form your core. Many other topics related to woody plants will be discussed as we walk: enhancing plant diversity on your property, native plants for wildlife and insects, habitat and soil preferences, and plant health and disease. Join Barb for this special opportunity to explore the woods of Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve! 

If you are taking this course for MN Master Naturalist Advanced Training, register online through the Master Naturalist website (https://www.minnesotamasternaturalist.org/courses/register/?courseId=680; course fee: $15 if receiving advanced training credit). If you are NOT a MN Master Naturalist or do not want advanced training credit, you can register by emailing Caitlin (caitlin@umn.edu) (course fee: $10 without MNats credit).

 

5pm - 7pm

2660 Fawn Lake Drive NE, East Bethel MN

Contact: 
Caitlin Barale Potter, caitlin@umn.edu