A Botanists’ Struggle

This is Dr. Tom Huggins. He had been giving us a tour of the Woodland Trail and Park’s plants. We had been walking around the park both on and off the trails looking at plants such as the Sambucus canadensis or the Elderberry found in the Adoxaceae family. It had been during the half-way point when our tour-guide/botanist had gotten stuck in deceptively deep wet soil, which was par for the course as it had been raining. The whole point of the tour was to get us more familiar the plants, whether that be invasive or native ones, in order to prepare for transect surveying for the Woodland Conservancy.

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