Date(s) - Sat May 22, 2021
There’s no better time for a walk in the woods than springtime when the ephemerals are in bloom. These first-of-the-year plants, like Dutchman’ breeches and dogtooth violet, surge out of the ground before the trees leaf out, taking advantage of the sunlight reaching the forest floor. Then in just a few short weeks, these early blooms disappear and many of the plants retreat into their roots.
Nancy Leonard will lead this walk at several locations in the Keweenaw. A naturalist in love with the Keweenaw, she enjoys sharing her reverence for that natural world, and we are the grateful beneficiaries of her largesse.
The time and places of the Spring Ephemeral Walk will be announced later. If you are interested in attending, contact Marcia at [email protected]