May All Your Weeds Be Wildflowers
9 am ~ noon

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Join an experienced Onondaga Friends Association member for a guided hike on the beautiful Blue Heron Trail along the cave spring lake. On this ½-mile ADA accessible multi-purpose trail, you will look for and identify native wildflowers. Some of the wildflowers you may see are columbine, blood root, wild ginger, and spiderwort along with many more too numerous to list. Blue Heron Trail boasts some of the most diverse plant species in the park. Come learn the how and why of these native species and how you can incorporate them into your own native wildflower gardens. If time (and energy) permit, the group may opt to hike up to the glade on Oak Ridge Trail. Wear sturdy shoes and bring water and snacks; after your guided hike you might be energized to hit the other trails in the park or even visit a cave.
This is a free event sponsored by Onondaga Friends Association and Miramiguoa Master Naturalists. Please sign up below.