Wildflowers and Weeds in a Wet Meadow Conservation Area

grassy meadow with large swath of bright white wildflowers
Leslie’s meadow features large waves of various wildflowers, such as this meadowfoam.

Tuesday, May 14, 9 to 11 a.m.

Please join us to see firsthand how a conservation-minded property owner has transformed a wet meadow and has succeeded against invasive weeds. In this beautiful meadow, you will see a wonderful display of spring wild flowers and water- adapted native plants in their natural setting. During this field trip, Leslie Warren, the trip leader, will be offering information about different methods of weed management that have been implemented and successful in this environment.

Leader: This trip will be led by Leslie Warren, the meadow property owner and president of the Redbud Chapter of CNPS.

Location: This hike is at on a private property in Auburn. Directions will be provided following registration.

Please RSVP in advance.

This trip will be limited to 15 people, to protect the meadow. Participants will need to sign a waiver, available during registration.

What to bring wear/bring: Layers to accommodate the weather, sturdy hiking boots or shoes, water, snacks, a sun hat, and/or sunscreen.

Related program May 21: On a related theme, on May 21, the Redbud CNPS Chapter is delighted to be hosting California’s former Invasive Weed Program Administrator, Steve Schoenig, at the General Gomez Art and Events Center in Auburn. Steve will share his thoughts on Invasive Weeds and the Future of Wildflowers.

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