If mosses intrigue you when you hike but you wonder exactly what you are seeing, this is your chance to figure it out in a fun environment. On the last Saturday of each month, we’ll take a closer look at a moss or two and work together to identify them. We’ll introduce you to the vocabulary and work through moss keys together. A walk down your street will never be the same!
This moss class recently appeared in the Washington Post
Leaders: Charles Davis is a professional field ecologist who specializes in rare plant inventories. He and his wife, Linda Davis, have inventoried mosses and liverworts for the National Park Service at Great Falls Park, Virginia, and at Piscataway Park and Fort Washington Park in Maryland.
LOCATION: Banneker Historical Park & Museum, 300 Oella Ave · Catonsville, MD
REGISTER TO ATTEND: https://marylandnature.org/events/
The Natural History Society of Maryland is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization, so the fee you pay will go directly to support the programs, the nature collections, and the building that make this kind of nature education possible.
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