Bruce Park offers guided tree walks this weekend

Saturday, May 2  Join Peter Linderoth of the Bruce Museum Science Department on a walk to identify trees Saturday, May 2, from 11-noon. Following a brief discussion, participants will identify trees during a pleasant guided walk around the Museum grounds and Bruce Park.

Remember, trees are where the paper process starts — among the many crucial ecosystem services they provide. Learn about the physical characteristics that environmental scientists observe during tree identification and about the basics of utilizing a dichotomous key.

The program is free with Museum admission and will start in the Bruce Museum front lobby at 11 a.m.

For more information, visit www.brucemuseum.org.

Sunday, May 3 — The Greenwich Tree Conservancy will be hosting a Bruce Park Tree Walk with the Greenwich Tree Warden, Bruce Spaman on Sunday, May 3, from 2-4 p.m.

The walk will highlight and interpret the park’s historic landscape, tree and shrub collection and improvements that have been recently added to the park. This will be a family oriented tour of the park and friendly dogs on leash are welcome to attend. Please meet and park on Woods Road.

All are welcome but please reserve a spot at [email protected]

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