Winter Tree Walk

Saturday, February 24, 9:30 – 11:30 am

Presented by Tammy Watkins

Follow ethnobotanist Tammy Watkins through the Ozark Folkways forest area and learn to identify common Ozark Mountain trees in winter, using stems, buds and other clues.

Dress for the weather and bring water (you need to hydrate even in the cold). It might be helpful to have a jeweler’s loop or small magnifying glass. Books on identifying trees in winter and common trees of Arkansas will be available for use during the walk and a few for sale if you’d like your own copy.

We will have warm drinks and a snack available at the end of the hike in the gallery.

Class size will be limited to 12 individuals. Young children (under 10 years old) must be accompanied by responsible adult.

If bad weather interferes, this class may be rescheduled. Any changes will be posted to this website as soon as possible.

This workshop is free and open to the public, but donations to Ozark Folkways will be gratefully accepted.