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Wild Seed Project: Returning native plants to the Maine landscape
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In Person: Four Season Walk at Robinson Woods: Spring

May 31 @ 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Join Wild Seed Project Founder Heather McCargo to learn about the native wildflowers, ferns, shrubs, and trees in the mature forest of Robinson Woods. Heather will talk about various native plant species and the threats to their survival, while sharing insights about the plants’ unusual reproductive strategies and edible and medicinal properties. Learning to recognize the native species in our midst is the first step to advocating for their preservation.

This event is the first in a series of Four Season Walks at Robinson Woods, led by Heather. Robinson Woods has a rich array of native plants to observe year-round and this program series provides an opportunity to see them through their full life cycles: from carpets of spring wildflowers, to summer meadows, then fall foliage and fruits, and finishing with snow-covered trees in winter.

Price: $12 for members (discount codes WSPMEM and CELTMEM) and $15 for non-members


Robinson Woods
1088 Shore Rd
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 United States
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Interested in hosting a Wild Seed Project event? Read about what we offer for walks, talks, and workshops here, then contact us to set something up.