What's That Tree? Identifying the Flora
in the Celery Farm's Klomburg Woods.
A Presentation by Mike Lefebvre
The 107-acre Celery Farm is filled with not only birds but a rich variety of trees and shrubs.
Join Mike Lefebvre as he identifies the flora found in the Klomburg Woods, a deciduous wooded wetland just north of Lake Appert and to the east of the Green Way entrance to the Celery Farm.
Mike is a nature enthusiast who has documented the flora of New Jersey's natural areas, including Garret Mountain and Rifle Camp Park, and authored the nature blog NJUrbanForest for several years.
He worked in the corporate world for more than 12 years and is currently a full-time student completing a bachelor's degree in earth and environmental science from Montclair State University.
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Since 2015, Fyke's speaker costs have been funded by a generous grant from the Winifred M. and George P. Pitkin Foundation.
The image above is from the wonderful guided walk that Mike led last year -- including a plant mystery that involved Abe Lincoln's mom!