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Plant Communities talk

  • Subject: [cg] Plant Communities talk
  • From: Beth Storey bstorey@fmr.org
  • Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2005 16:22:55 -0600

Plant Communities of the Mississippi River Gorge
Presented by Karen Schik, Restoration Ecologist
Tuesday, March 8, 7:00 - 8:30pm
Merriam Park Library, 1831 Marshall Street, St. Paul

Join Mississippi River Gorge Stewards for a presentation on the Plant Communities of the River Gorge.

You'll learn how the gorge was formed geologically, leaving a rich landscape that is home to a diversity of birds, wildlife, and plant communities. Each plant community has its own unique characteristics with plant adaptations for the particular features of the landscape. Karen will explain how the ecology of the area has evolved over time and why it is so important that we protect this critical habitat corridor. She will also describe some of the non-native species found in the gorge, how they impact the native ecosystem, and how local habitat restoration efforts are helping enhance the ecological integrity.

Please register by contacting Beth Storey at Friends of the Mississippi River, 651/222-2193 ext. 16 or email bstorey@fmr.org.

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Beth Storey
Watershed Education Coordinator

Friends of the Mississippi River
46 E 4th St, Suite 606
Saint Paul, MN 55101-1112

Phone: 651/ 222-2193 ext. 16
Fax: 651/ 222-6005

For the latest on FMR events, programs, and activities, visit us on the Web at http://www.fmr.org.



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