Native, naturalized or invasive?

You’ve heard of a guided plant walk? Well, on September 14, the Friends of Carlington Hill are hosting a guided plant sit! That’s right, bring a chair, a cushion, or a blanket and get comfy in a living laboratory! In the fertile greenspace that leads into the Carlington Woods, you’ll learn how to identify the plants you see every day and the roles that they play in the environment.

This event is low impact, all ages. There will be an optional, shorter walk (less than 2 minutes) to study certain species, like black walnut trees.

Event runs from 10:30 am to noon. Meet at McBride Street and Lepage Avenue in Carlington, four blocks south of Woodward Avenue. OC Transpo #14, stop at Raven and McBride. Look for the blue Environment Protected Zone sign. Long pants & insect repellent recommended.

Rain date: September 15, 2019. About the instructor: Sharon Boddy is a professional environmental writer, amateur naturalist, a Westboro Brainery instructor, and a member of the Friends of Carlington Hill and the Friends of Hampton Park.

This event is supported by a grant from TD Park People.

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