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Conservation Associates Plant Walk June 20

by Mary Curran
June 18, 2018

It is amazing that there are so many interesting plants by a parking lot that normally do not warrant a second glance!

On Wednesday June 20th at 6:30 PM, Marc Connelly will be leading a talk on Edible and Medicinal wild plants.  Meet in the parking lot of the Village Plaza by Dolce Tempo (1576 Washington Street near the picnic tables).  The talk will last about an hour and we will not be walking far.  It is amazing that there are so many interesting plants by a parking lot that normally do not warrant a second glance!  Feel free to stay afterwards for a frozen treat.

 

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Comments (1)

I believe Dolce Tempo is out of business.

- Micky Keogh | 6/18/18 2:46 PM

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