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Trees Lexington! loves trees, but we value our volunteers just as much.  We encourage community participation at all of our events or local tree events and welcome people of all ages.  The Lexington tree community knows no bounds!

 
 
 

January 26, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm    Presenter: Dr. Neil Pederson, Harvard Forest     Cost: $10

Trees are witnesses of how our shared environment changes over time. The oldest trees, in fact, and perhaps not surprisingly, often have the best stories. In this webinar, Dr. Neil Pederson will share how people have learned to recognize and “interview” the eldest trees in the forest. Their stories can gives us insight on the dynamics of our world.

Tree Steward Program

March 2021

Trees Lexington! will be running a tree stewardship program in the spring that will teach a handful of citizens about proper tree care and tree health.

March 23, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm       Presenter: Beverly James, Preserve Director    Cost: $10

As the days become longer and the temperatures begin to warm, the forest floor comes alive with spring wildflowers and the wildlife they attract. This webinar will guide you through the wildflower season at Floracliff, taking a closer look at the phenology, pollinator relationships, and natural history of our most treasured spring wildflowers.

Spring Tree Giveaway

April 2021

Trees Lexington! will host another tree giveaway in the spring! Stay tuned for updates with more details.

April 20, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm     Presented by Beverly James, Preserve Director    Cost: Free

The City Nature Challenge is a global 4-day community science project aimed at documenting nature in and around urban areas. Floracliff Nature Sanctuary is bringing the City Nature Challenge to Lexington for the first time in April. Learn more about the City Nature Challenge, how you can participate, and the value of finding and sharing observations of urban nature.

April 20, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm     Presented by Beverly James, Preserve Director    Cost: Free

We are thrilled to bring the City Nature Challenge 2021 to Lexington. The City Nature Challenge is a community science project and celebration of biodiversity in and around urban areas. It is organized on a global scale by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the California Academy of Sciences. Participants are encouraged to photograph the wild nature around them and upload those photographs to iNaturalist. There are many wild plants, animals, fungi, and more to be found throughout Lexington. Together, we can discover, document, share Lexington’s biodiversity.

Fall Tree Giveaway

Fall 2021

Trees Lexington! will host a second tree giveaway in the fall! Stay tuned for updates with more details.

 
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