Longleaf in the Park: Fairhope’s pineywoods heritage, Nov 1, 2014, Weeks Bay Reserve

Topic(s): Fauna/Flora Taxonomy , Invasive Plant Control , Land Conservation , Restoration Science
Priority Issue(s): Habitat Conservation
Host Partner(s): Weeks Bay Reserve
Location:  Knoll Park, Fairhope, Alabama
Date/Time: calendar icon11/1/2014
Price: $0.00
Max Applicants: 100

Longleaf in the Park: Fairhope’s pineywoods heritage

Enjoy the learning experience and guided walks through Knoll Park. See the tools of the naval stores industry that  filled the pockets of area merchants. Hear about the trees, flowers and other plants that build a rich landscape preserved in a park in Fairhope open to all.

Longleaf pine is considered by many to the most important native plant in the United States. The trees join together a diverse group of grasses, flowers, birds and animals. Fairhopers have incorporated the longleaf into their culture, histories, economies and landscapes since the Town’s inception.

There is no charge so please join at Knoll Park for a fascinating experience

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