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Wild for Life Presentation
Join us in the FENCE Great Room for an exciting live animal presentation from Wild for Life!
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Wildflower Hike
Local Naturalist Carlton Burke will be leading a hike through the trails at FENCE on the search for spring ephemerals and other wildflowers. Wear comfortable walking shoes and come dressed for the weather. No registration required. Meet at the FENCE Center.
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Wildflower Hike with Carlton Burke
Join naturalist Carlton Burke for a leisurely hour-long stroll on the FENCE grounds to look for early spring wildflowers in bloom. This event is free and open to the public. Thank you to the Kirby Endowment at the Polk County Community Foundation for making this event possible.
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Wildflower program
Join Naturalist, Tim Lee in the great room for an educational presentation on Wildflowers of the Carolinas.
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Wildflower Talk
Local Naturalist Tim Lee will be hosting a talk about wildflowers in the FENCE Center.
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Winter Bird Hike
Meet at the FENCE center for a leisurely walk around the FENCE property on this winter bird hike.
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Winter Bird Hike with Simon Thompson
Our first guided walk of the year is open and free to the community. FENCE welcomes everyone from first time birders to advanced birders to join Simon for his walk!
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Winter Tree Hike with Tim Lee
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Woods in the winter
Join Naturalist, Tim Lee at the FENCE center for a educational program followed by an optional walk around the FENCE property.
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Bittersweet, privet, kudzu and tree of heaven are all words you don't want to hear if you are a property owner in foothills of the Carolinas. A hands-on workshop teaching folks how to attack these noxious woody weeds. Plans include having the participants work on an overgrown space on the FENCE property. As strange as it may sound many non-native woody plant species can be effectively controlled when attacked while dormant. At the very least one does not have to contend with yellow jackets, hornets or snakes, when working before bud break in late winter. Retired horticulturist John Vining will be discussing how to identify the plants in winter and which plants are best suited for this dormant treatment.
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