We apologize, but we’re at full capacity for this event!
Are you looking forward to getting out in nature with a knowledgeable guide? Can you tell a birch from a beech from a poplar in winter?
Good friend to MMLT, Owen Clarkin, will be talking about and showing us the trees and shrubs that make up the woods at High Lonesome and answer any questions you might have. If snow conditions permit, snowshoes may be necessary.
This is a (free) Members Only event for MMLT and registration is limited! To avoid disappointment, register early at: www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/mississippi-madawaska-land-trust/events/winter-tree-id-with-owen-clarkin .If you’re not a MMLT member yet, visit this link and come on back to purchase your ticket!
A little about Owen: Owen has been studying the trees of Eastern Ontario as a dedicated amateur since the age of 4. Since finishing a terminal degree in the natural sciences in 2012, he is more seriously exploring topics in tree identification and ecology from an Eastern Ontario perspective, together with a core group of colleagues. In addition to leading public nature hikes, Owen regularly contributes to local and worldwide plant identification forums on social media.
NOTE: Please do not come if you are ill or have come in contact with someone who is ill. Notification of cancellation as soon as possible would be appreciated at firstname.lastname@example.org