Edible (and Poisonous) Plants walk in Belfast
The Coastal Mountains Nature Program will host an edible plant identification walk on Saturday, May 26, 10 a.m.-noon at the Head of Tide Preserve, Belfast. Tom Seymour, author, botanist and edible plant enthusiast will introduce you to many of the edible and medicinal plants that can be found in Maine’s woods and fields.
The entrance to the preserve is located on Doak Road in Belfast. Take the Route 137 (Waldo Avenue) exit on Route 1 in Belfast, heading west. Drive one mile and turn right on Doak Road, the parking lot is on the right immediately after Doak Machine Shop.
Leave your dogs at home for this and all Coastal Mountains Nature Program walks.
The Coastal Mountains Nature Program is co-hosted by Coastal Mountains Land Trust and the Town of Camden Conservation Commission. This program hosts walks and talks exploring the natural history of Mid-Coast Maine to educate the public about environment issues and increase opportunities for residents to explore the outdoors.
Coastal Mountains Land Trust has worked since 1986 to permanently conserve land to benefit the natural and human communities of the western Penobscot Bay. The Land Trust has protected over 10,000 acres to date, offering 45 miles of trails for public access.