Wildflowers in the Woods

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The Nature Conservancy in Michigan

Ming Pulling Garlic Mustard
Ming is pulling garlic mustard in the forest. She also found morel mushrooms on this day.

See the first wildflowers of the season while you pull the plants that are threatening them. We are working next to historic Champlain Creek and are likely to see migrating warblers while we work. The exercise and fresh air will rejuvenate your body and the things you learn will invigorate your mind.

Tools will be provided. Meet just east of North Raisin Center Highway, 0.2 miles south of Ives Road and the golf course, where a Nature Conservancy sign will be posted until 9:00.

For even more fun bring your friends!

P.S. Stick around for a raffle prize drawing, Lev's Bakery chocolate chip cookies and Dr. Pepper at the end of the day.

P.P.S. After the cookies there is an optional walk to see spicebush.

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About The Nature Conservancy in Michigan


101 East Grand River, Lansing, MI 48906, US

Mission Statement

The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.


Michigan Statistics
Membership: 26,532
Volunteers: 350+
Land Protected: The Nature Conservancy has protected 260,422 acres in Michigan through purchase, partnerships and easements.
Preserves Owned: 35, totaling 45,887 acres throughout the Upper and Lower Peninsulas


Sat Apr 04, 2020
08:45 AM - 12:00 PM  


5701 N Raisin Center Hwycdp9@cornell.eduTecumseh, MI 49286


  • People Skills
  • Environmental Education
  • Environmental Science
  • Habitat Restoration
  • Botany
  • Gardening




  • Must be at least 16

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