Emergence of spring in Camden

Mar 06, 2014
Canada Mayflower, also known as False Lily of the Valley.

Camden — Coastal Mountains Land Trust and the Knox-Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District are teaming up to present a naturalist talk about the biological changes that come with spring.

Rebecca Jacobs, education coordinator for the Knox-Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District, will lead the talk.

Ever wondered why the snow melts first in the wetlands? Or which trees bloom first in Maine? This slide show presentation will answer those questions and more as Jacobs discusses the plants and animals that herald the coming spring.

The presentation will be held at the Camden Public Library Tuesday, March 18, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

For more information about this event, other preserves or the Land Trust please call 236-7091 or visit coastalmountains.org.

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