This unique analysis by Mr. Kudish examines the Catskills locations where Native Americans and Europeans burned and farmed and where they did not. On Saturday September 18 Mike will explain the plant communities and forest history that continue to be evidence. Afterwards we will hike the unburned forest of the Arboretum. On Sunday September 19 we will hike the historically burned forest of the escarpment at North South Lake to see the difference in plant communities. This program is in conjunction with Mountain Top Historical Society.
This event is hosted by the Mountaintop Arboretum. Mountain Top Arboretum is a public garden in the Catskill Mountains dedicated to displaying and managing native plant communities of the northeastern US, in addition to curating its collection of cold-hardy native and exotic trees.
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|Event Date||Sat-18-Sep-2021 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||Sat-18-Sep-2021 11:00 am|
Mountain Top Arboretum
4 Maude Adams Rd, Tannersville, NY 12485, USA Tannersville, NY 12485 United States