Just announced – KMLT is hosting a virtual Wildflower Walk on Thursday, May 28 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Executive Director Greg Rajsky has prepared a few dozen slides featuring photographs of more than 50 native species indigenous to the region, including dozens of wildflowers plus woody plants and even a few sedges. We’ll see specimens from our preserves and from other sites we manage, along with a few places elsewhere in the region. In addition to location, the photographs bear dates for those who like to know just when they might be able to find certain species in bloom. Greg will share information about habitat or other interesting bits of lore concerning the species we highlight.
We are not charging a fee to participate, but will gratefully accept any donations. Offer what you feel it to be worth, in accordance with what you can afford. Advance registration is required and will be limited to the number of participants we can accommodate online. We are setting it up as a video conference so that we can see one another’s smiling faces (and pandemic haircuts!). You can register HERE.
So pour a glass of wine and join us for this educational and entertaining program!
We are planning more online educational programs for the weeks to come. Are there topics you would like to see offered? Let us know and we will try to accommodate!