Field Trip: Taylor Hollow Outing
March 26 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Description: The Tennessee Native Plant Society will have an early spring hike in Taylor Hollow State Natural Area. After parking at Larkspur Conservation, we’ll walk to the trailhead of Taylor Hollow, then walk about 2 ½ miles. Trail etiquette and group dynamics will be emphasized. If we’ve had a warm spring and we’re lucky, we will see the first blooms of Blue–Eyed Mary (Colinsia verna).
For those who would like, we’ll visit Larkspur Conservation (maybe around lunch time). The group will explore some of the roads and trails of Larkspur.
Meeting Place/Time: The meeting time will be 9:00 AM CDT at Larkspur Conservation off Bear Creek Rd which turns off Phillips Hollow Road. Phillips Hollow Rd. turns off Highway 31 E/231 between Lebanon and Westmoreland, TN. You should be able to put Larkspur Conservation in your cell phone.
Lunch: Bring lunch, water, and bug spray
Leaders: Allen Sweetser (865–223–9914), Larry Pounds (865–705–8516, poundsL471@aol.com), and Margie Hunter.