Tag Archives: Eric Sundell

Winter Tree Identification: Two Trips or Mini-Workshops

Field trips and Mini-Workshops of the Arkansas Native Plant Society are for current and future members. (That’s right: Everyone is welcome!)  Botanists from around the state lead these enjoyable and informative walks.  Please let trip leaders know you are coming … Continue reading

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Field Trip at the Arkansas State Capitol on October 26

Field trips of the Arkansas Native Plant Society are for current and future members. (That’s right: Everyone is welcome!)  Botanists from around the state lead these enjoyable and informative walks.  Please let trip leaders know you are coming in case … Continue reading

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ANPS Field Trip on May 11 to Dripping Springs in Hot Springs

Field trips of the Arkansas Native Plant Society are for current and future members. (That’s right: Everyone is welcome!) Botanists from around the state lead these enjoyable and informative walks.  Be sure to contact the trip leader so they will … Continue reading

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October 24, 2012, Field Trip to the Champion Trees of Mount Holly Cemetery

Arkansas Native Plant Society Field Trip on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 10 am. Eric Sundell will lead a leisurely botanical stroll in Little Rock’s historic Mount Holly Cemetery, where several of the splendid shade trees are thought to date … Continue reading

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Despite Dry Spell, Emerald Park Trail Asters and Goldenrod Are Spellbinding

(Story by Eric Sundell) NOV. 17, 2011 | The asters and goldenrods impressed us with drought-resistant color when 10 members of the Arkansas Native Plant Society joined Martha Bowden and me on October 29 along the Emerald Park Trail above … Continue reading

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Students, Botanist-Teacher Need Native Seeds for Arboretum

NOV. 8, 2011 – A botanist who hopes his students can plant an arboretum of native trees has called upon the members of the Arkansas Native Plant Society to contribute seeds and advice for the project. “We would like to … Continue reading

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At Murray Park, an Osprey Eyed Hikers Who Eyed the Crimsoneyed Rosemallow

Nov 4, 2011 – Murray Park, on the south bank of the Arkansas River in Little Rock, offered many sights when Eric Sundell led two groups of native plant enthusiasts on walks there during the fall meeting of the Arkansas … Continue reading

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