Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) will host “Native Plants and Should I Eat This?” at Lone Pine State Park on Saturday, August 18 from 10am to 12:30pm.
Join us and the Center for Native Plants as we talk all things plants! Why native plants? Come ask an expert! The program will begin with a half hour discussion surrounding plant cultivation and the importance of native plants. This interactive discussion will be led by a staff member from the Center for Native Plants located in Whitefish, Montana. Afterwards, enjoy a 2-mile wildflower walk and learn what plants you can eat.
This event is free to the public. Please dress appropriately for the weather and wear good shoes if you plan on attending the hike. For More information call the park visitor center at (406) 755-2706.
What: Native Plants and Should I Eat This?
When: Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 10:00am-12:30pm
Where: Lone Pine State Park, 300 Lone Pine Rd, Kalispell, MT
Lone Pine State Park is located 5 miles southwest of Kalispell and offers one of the most vivid views of the valley, 7.5 miles of trails, and a beautiful interpretive center that provides information on living in a wildlife urban interface. Additional amenities include a picnic shelter and a community room, which are both available to rent, as well as a volleyball court, horseshoe pit, and an archery range. Furthermore, Lone Pine offers a fantastic variety of educational and interpretive programs.
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