ANPS Field Trips

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Many of these are work parties at the Campbell Creek Science Center to fulfill our obligation for reduced room rent. Please consider participatiing in one of these. You are sure to learn more about native and invasive plant species in the area and your help will be greatly appreciated.

Our field trips are generally open to the public, however, due to constraints on transportation and lodging some field trips are open to ANPS members only.

Date: January 12, 2006  To: January 13, 2006
Location: Turnagain Arm
Leader: Andy
Phone: 907 258-1414
Description: Test sentences.
Directions: Weather report is for clouds and light winds.
Allow 2-3 hours.
Instructions: Bring windbreaker and/or rain jacket just in case.

Date: January 24, 2006
Location: Campbell Creek Science Center
Leader: Someone
Phone: 333-8212
Email: none
Description: Sample, for test purposes only.
Directions: Park in the Campbell Creek Science Center parking lot and meet at the north entrance to the building at 8:30 am. Work continues to about noon, followed immediately by lunch.
Instructions: Wear work clothes, bring work gloves, and maybe a hat if it's chilly. The BLM will supply any tools we need.

Date: February 19, 2006
Location: Locations all over Alaska
Leader: Any Leader
Phone: 555-5555
Description: Any description
Directions: Any directions
Instructions: Any instructions

Alaska Native Plant Society  PO Box 141613  Anchorage, Alaska 99514
Last updated May 15, 2012

Moneses uniflora
Single Delight, Moneses uniflora, growing with Star moss, Polytrichum sp. Also called Shy maiden, this woodland flower blooms in midsummer in much of Alaska.