Create your own conference schedule! Click here for full instructions

Abstract Detail


Conference Wide

Rawinski, Tom [1], Underwood, Francis [2], Barton, Kathy [1].

High Rock Farm Conservation Area, Cumberland, Rhode Island.

Over 400 species of plants have been recorded in the unusually rich habitats of this important conservation area in Cumberland, with 20 listed species and many others uncommon to southeastern New England. There is something for everyone here, including ferns, lichens, and a wealth of flowering plants.Box lunches will be provided to participants. Moderately strenuous hike. Bring hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, and sturdy hiking shoes.

Broader Impacts:


Log in to add this item to your schedule

1 - USDA Forest Service, Durham Field Office, N A State & Private Forestry, 271 Mast Rd., Durham, NH, 03824, USA
2 - USDA Forest Service, Durham Field Office, N A State & Private Forestry, 271 Mast Rd., Durham, NH, 03824

Keywords:
none specified

Presentation Type: Activities:Field Trips
Session: FT05
Location: /
Date: Saturday, July 31st, 2010
Time: 9:00 AM
Number: FT05001
Abstract ID:1027


Copyright 2000-2010, Botanical Society of America. All rights