Walk Leader: Jackie Avignone, South Fork Natural History Museum (SOFO) Environmental Educator
Come master the basics and vocabulary of identification for our native tree species! In this hands-on program, attendees will learn about tree foliage identification through field sampling. Tree identification is a useful skill for people of any age and background. All trees have different environmental requirements; knowing these requirements can help you determine where to plant a tree and what it needs to thrive, such as soil type, sunlight, shade, temperature, nutrients, and much more. Please bring water and dress appropriately for being outdoors.
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