Saturdays July 25 & August 1
We’re surrounded by trees — we see them all the time, but we don’t always know exactly what we’re looking at. What makes an oak an oak and a maple a maple? How can you tell which trees are part of the same family? What can you look at on a tree to determine the species? Each family and tree species has unique characteristics to help us identify them. In this workshop we’ll study the differences and similarities between the leaves, bark, flowers, fruit, and seeds of our tree species. We will meet outside on the veranda, on the east side of the building.
This two-part program will take place entirely outdoors. We will practice social distancing when we are able to, but because of the nature of small-group programming, it will not always be possible. For the health and safety of all, participants must wear a mask when you are within six feet of others. Please do not attend if you are sick or believe you have been exposed to the virus. See our latest COVID-19 updates here.
Members: $60 | Non-members: $80