Sponsored by the Friends of Goose Pond
The workshop is based on Newcomb’s Wildflower Guide which many naturalists and nature lovers consider an ingenious tool for identifying common wildflowers, vines, and shrubs.
This 3.5 hour course is intended for you to establish a long-term skill using this book . . . for a deeper and continued interest in wild plants.
Plant identification can be as much fun as bird watching and is often better suited to one’s leisure. But it – like any hobby or serious interest – will require practice beyond what is possible in any workshop.
You should take this course if you have more than just a casual interest in wild plants and would like to be able to identify wildflowers on your own.
- Where: Linton Public Library
FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE from the BLOOMFIELD Library
Leaves at 9:30AM – Returns at 2PM.
- When: September 5, 2009
- Time: The workshop starts at 10 a.m. and lasts about 3 ½ hrs
- Cost: $15 for the workshop itself, and $15 for the book.
The workshop will be led by Mr. Rich Scott, Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources Naturalist, retired, and active member of Friends of Turkey Run and Shades State Parks.
Pre-registration required. Space is limited so please register early.
E-mail the library to register. Or call the Library at 812-847-7802.
Please bring a sack lunch. Drinks will be provided. You’ll want to be on time since this is a skill development workshop where the first steps are important.
All profits support the volunteer work of The Friends of Goose Pond and
Friends of Turkey Run and Shades State Parks.