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Western North Carolina Chapter

Western North Carolina

At right: Roan Mountain

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Work Days

Workday at Cedar Mountain Bog - March 15 - Date Change

15 March - Cedar Bog Clean Up - this is a gorgeous place that’s been reclaimed for Sweet Mountain pitcher plants and other interesting flora. We’ll do some work and some walking, under the guidance of the bog shepherds, Jean Woods and Joe Hamrick . A variety of jobs, from cutting back woodies, to placing flags and counting clumps. Email if you think you might be interested in this. A change to see and work in a site not open to the public with our unique mountain pitcher plants. We will send more detailed info closer to the date. This property is gated, so it is important to meet at the Cedar Mt. community Center so we can wagon-train the cars in. There is plenty of parking once we care inside.

- Meet at Cedar Mt. Community Center., on #276, South of Brevard at 10 a.m. Bring lunch, water, gloves, and hand tools: …..

Chapter Activities



WHAT: A Free Educational Event About Invasive Plants!

Sponsored by NC Native Plant Society & Equinox Environmental ! !

Equinox Environmental was awarded a grant through the Appalachian Trail Conservancy’s

License Plate Grant program to spread the “invasive” message to interested groups who want to know more and can have a great influence on ‘invasive aliens’ management.

The County Extension Services parking lot has many of them, and we can pull with impunity, even getting thanked!!

WHEN & WHERE:

1 March, Saturday

Talk @ 1, outdoor workshop 2 - 5

98 Morgan St.

· Corner of Morgan & Gaston, Brevard!
· CES conference room for talk, then workshop in parking lot!!
· !Join us for all or part!! !!
Owen Carson is a Plant Ecologist at Equinox Environmental.

He graduated from Brevard College. The program - both talk and hands-on - will be interesting, useful and fun!!

http://www.equinoxenvironmental.com/equinox_environmental_staff_detail.cfm?staff=Owen


Pollinator Conservation Planning Short Course
Asheville, NC
March 7, 2014
9:00 - 4:00
Pollinator Conservation Planning Course


19 April, 2 p.m. Flutestar Garden Walk, Asheville - a special place, developed by a musician, and charming person, Nancy Shinn. Directions to follow.


Panthertown - Pink Shell Azaleas - Dan Pitillo - May 3


Got any other ideas? Please send suggestions to Susan, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)!






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