Spend an evening among wildflowers at the mouth of the Icicle Canyon on the Land Trust’s Sam Hill property. Susan Ballinger of CDLT has led the field work to create a comprehensive plant species list for Sam Hill, and invites you to explore this unique place and learn more about the late-spring blooming wildflowers.
The trail is short but rugged – participants should wear sturdy shoes and be prepared for uneven ground and steep trails. Parking is limited, so we will carpool.
This is a joint CDLT, Washington Native Plant Society, and Wenatchee River Institute event. This trip is limited to 12. Please sign up online to reserve your spot. Participants will receive more information prior to the trip.