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Women’s Nature Walk Fridays

All walks are guided and lead by Amy Witt,
a professional Horticulturist and Naturalist.

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Friday July 15, 2022
9:00 AM
Location TBA

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Are you a woman who likes to be out in nature? Do you want to explore awesome trails and green spaces in the greater Portland, Maine area? Are you captivated by native plants, wildflowers and animals? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then you will want to join us.

COST is $5 (pay when we meet).

** The walks are NOT designed to include dogs.

Other Nature Walks

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All walks are guided and lead by Amy Witt,
a professional Horticulturist + Naturalist.
** Walks ARE NOT designed to include dogs.

Tuesday, May 17, 2022
5:30 – 7:30 PM
Location – Fuller Farm, 390 Broadturn Road, Scarborough

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Did you know that the roots of Canada Mayflower were once used as good-luck charms for games? 

Or that root beer is made from Wild Sarsaparilla? 

Curious to learn more about the wildflowers and trees that make their home in the Maine woods?

Come meet the native wildflowers and trees along the trails at Fuller Farm.  Our outing will incorporate plant folklore, identification, and the gifts each plant has to share.

The Fuller Farm Preserve offers sweeping open fields, woods, wildlife, abundant birdlife, streams, a waterfall, and frontage on the Nonesuch River.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2022 (Weather date – Thursday May 26)
5:30 – 7:00 PM
Location – Little River Preserve, Gorham

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Did you know that Jack in the Pulpits can change their sex? 

Or that a Trout Lily has spotted leaves that resemble trout? 

Curious to learn more about the wildflowers and trees that make their home in the Maine woods?

Come meet the native wildflowers and trees along the Little River trail.  Our outing will incorporate plant folklore, identification, and the gifts each plant has to share.

The trails wind along the banks of the Little River, through hemlock and aspen forests with a wide variety of ferns and wildflowers including red trillium and jack-in-the-pulpit.

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