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Wildflowers & Medicinals on Hogback with Allison Turner

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Jun 17 2017 - 10:00am - 11:30am

Allison Turner, an herbalist with expertise in ethnobotany, will lead a wildflower and medicinal plant walk at the Hogback Mountain Conservation Area in Marlboro on Saturday, June 17, 10 am-noon. This won't be a strenuous hike, but be prepared to wander among the ferns and forbs off the main trails to seek interesting specimens. Whether you're interested in how early settlers used native plants for medicine, or just want to learn the names of the late spring flowers, you will enjoy this guided walk. Meet and park on the south side of Route 9, just west of the gift shop. More info at hogbackvt.org, or email us at hmca@hogbackvt.org.


Hogback Mountain Conservation Area
7707 Vermont Route 9
Marlboro, VT
United States
42° 51' 9.0612" N, 72° 47' 40.11" W
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