THE DR. CHARLES ALLEN NATURE PRESERVE
Note the new date! March 6th, 9:45 – Noonish: Trillium Walk & GBBC
Join Dr. Bette Kauffman and colleagues in an exploration of the 80 acre Dr. Charles Allen Nature Preserve located in the biodiverse Ouachita Hills Region on the banks of the Ouachita River near Columbia, Louisiana. Formerly The University of Monroe Louisiana's (ULM) Biology Research Station, the area was Donated to ULM in the year 2000 by Dr. Harry Winters in honor of his accomplished Botanist colleague, formerly ULM professor, Dr. Charles Allen, the protected area is now administered by the town of Columbia.
Among the wild treasures of this CENLA site are native Trillium and Red Buckeye plants set among riparian forest situated in dramatic ridge and valley topography! Come along, we'll have a blast!
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