(NEW DATE March 4) Winter Lecture Series: Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve Through the Years
The Preserve is rich in history, from the unique geology that shaped the land millions of years ago to a chance meeting between two conservation-minded people in 1933 and beyond. Journey with A. Miles Arnott, Preserve Executive Director, as he explores the many historical landmarks, both natural and cultural, that tell the story of Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve.
Miles Arnott has been the executive director at Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve since 2000. Miles holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Environmental Studies with a concentration in Plant Science from East Stroudsburg University. He also holds a Master of Science Degree in Botany from Tulane University, specializing in Plant Taxonomy and Pollination Ecology.
Walk-ins welcome as space allows.
Purchase a Winter Lecture Series punch card, good for one admission to each of the eight lectures, and save 20%. Punch cards may be purchased at the Visitor Center only. Call 215.862.2924 for additional information.
If we must cancel or postpone a program, we will disseminate the message via Facebook, our website and email. Please check those sources before venturing out in poor weather conditions.
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