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Join us for a Tour of Ironwood Square Community Arboretum at the CMLC Office - Wednesday, May 25th
Date of this event: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 - 6:00pm
Join us after work on Wednesday, May 25th to learn about this incredible example of conserving small spaces. The Ironwood Square Community Arboretum is 2 acres located behind the offices of Ironwood Square that houses the CMLC, Children and Family Resouce Center, and The Free Clinics offices. This special space is home to hundreds of native species of flowering plants, insects, birds, amphibians, trees, and more. CMLC Land Protection Director and arboretum "father" Tom Fanslow will lead a small group through the arboretum sharing stories and pointing out various plant and animal community members. Space on this tour is limited to 15 people, so please sign up and reserve your space using CMLC's Online Hike Sign-Up Form. Additional information will be sent upon confirmation of your spot on the hike within 1-3 business days after requesting a spot. Reservations for a spot on this hike will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis using:
To read more about the Ironwood Square Community Arboretum, read the Stories of the Land article it's featured in or follow the Ironwood Square Community Arboretum page on Facebook by "liking" it.
For questions about this or other CMLC hikes, contact CMLC Community Outreach Associate Corinne Fretwell at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event of inclement weather, please call our office at (828) 697-5777 to learn about a hike cancellation.