WNPS Introductory Plant Walk: Big Trees & Wetlands at Stimpson

1206921 Cirrus louds over Mt. Baker, view from Church Mountain trail w/ Subalpine Firs on ridge fgnd [Abies lasiocarpa]. Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie NF Church Mtn, Glacier, WA. © Mark Turner

The Koma Kulshan Chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society regularly holds field trips and volunteer events in the community; typically free and open to the public! Join us for our final intro plant walk in this six-part series.

Stroll among the beautiful forest and wetland habitats in the Stimpson Family Nature Reserve. We will investigate a variety of native plant communities in this rich forest.

These introductory plant identification walks feature an easy pace and will each last about two hours. All walks are free and no registration is required, just show up at the meeting spot. People of all ages and experience levels are welcome. Dress for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes that may get wet. Each walk stands alone, or attend them all to get a free mini-course on plant identification.

Location: Meet at the trailhead at the parking area for the reserve on Lake Louise Rd at 6 p.m. We will explore until dusk.

For inquiries and more information, visit our website or contact Allan at the email provided.

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