Fall Woodies at Nan Weston
Saturday, October 26, 2019. 11:00-1:00 pm
Trip Leaders: Robert Ayotte and Neal Billetdeaux
The variety of plant communities at Nan Weston Nature Preserve at Sharon Hollow reflects the amazing underlying geological diversity of the area. Robert and Neal will discuss the ecology of the area and fall is the best time of year to view the distinctive vegetative characteristics of woody plants. This trip will focus on trees and shrubs of rich mesic and lowland woods. Wear sturdy walking shoes and dress for the weather.
There is a small parking lot and you can also park on the south side of Easudes Road, between the preserve sign and Jacob Road. Please be sure not to block any of the preserve neighbors’ driveways. These coordinates in your browser will take you right there: 42.1861, -84.1105
You can also find directions at the link below: