The Plants of French Creek State Park – A Trip

Date: 
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - 7:30am - 4:00pm
Location: 
Morris Arboretum, 100 E Northwestern Ave,
Philadelphia, PA 19118
United States

At 7,730 acres, French Creek State Park is an integral part of the 114-square mile area designated by Natural Lands Trust as the Hopewell Big Woods. This is an area of great ecological and historical importance in Berks and Chester Counties in the Schuylkill River Watershed. Join us as we explore the forests of French Creek State Park in search of spring ephemerals, ferns, shrubs, and trees. Learn about the diversity of plant communities supported by the varied geology of the park, and see for yourself how human activities over the past 200 years have shaped this landscape.

We will meet at the Morris Arboretum and travel by van. Park in the meadow to the left of the entrance kiosk. Please bring your lunch and something to drink. Wear good walking shoes. This trip involves walking over uneven surfaces.

Categories
Event Type: 
Arts & Culture
Topic: 
Arts and Culture
Topic: 
Community Arts
Global Region: 
North America
Global Region: 
American (United States)