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By John J. Smith Skunk cabbage (1 below) is the first native plant to flower, most years in March. Then come harbinger-of-spring, hepatica, false rue anemone and many more. But 2016 may have surprises. Already on Christmas day 2015 I found skunk cabbage spathes starting to emerge a few inches, and one hepatica flower and one false …

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Wing Haven

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150+
volunteers worked 2,500 hours in the field, office and on the trails