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Winter Botany 101
Winter is a fantastic time to study woody plants. When the camouflage of leaves disappears the true silhouette of a plant is revealed. If you enjoy winter hikes and wondered what you see along the way, then join us for the basics on winter botany.

Through examination some simple keys and field guides you can learn to appreciate and identify the bark, buds, shape and habitat characteristics of many of the local trees and woody plant species.

Please remember to join early. Registration is required but does not guarantee entry into the webinar if maximum capacity has been reached.

Jan 27, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Joe Alvarez
Delaware-Bay Chapter @NPSNJ
Joe has a BS Biology Degree with a minor in Environmental Science from Stockton University. Joe is currently a professor at Rowan College of South Jersey, Cumberland Campus Ag-Hort Program and a Co-Chair of the Hort-Aide Committee for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society 2021 Philadelphia Flower Show. With over 40 years experience with the landscape and nursery industry, Joe is a former president of the Native Plant Society of NJ and Master Gardener Instructor and former Agricultural Program Assistant for the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cape May County. With over fourteen years experience as an educator, he is currently a lecturer for the Cape May County Library’s Adult Education Series on Horticulture and Gardening. Combining experience as a beekeeper and a horticulturalist gives him a unique perspective when it comes to pollinators forage sources for both native and ornamental species.