Edgewood Oak Brush Plains Talk Coming Up

October 13, 2009 Tuesday, 7:30 PM

Mary Beth and Paul Tomko: “The Edgewood Oak-Brush Plains Preserve.” The Edgewood Oak-Brush Plains State Preserve is the second largest remnant of pitch pine/scrub oak in NY and the only such area on Long Island. The past, present, and future of this unique habitat, which lies in western Suffolk County, will be presented. Mary Beth and Paul represent The Friends of the Edgewood Oak-Brush Plains Preserve.

Location: Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences, Earth and Space Science Building, Gil Hanson Room (Room 123),SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook

* Refreshments and informal talk begin at 7:30 p.m.

Formal meeting starts at 8:00 p.m.

Directions to Muttontown or Stony Brook:

516-354-6506

Path through Edgewood - Can you find the wild pink?

Path through Edgewood - Can you find the wild pink? Photo: Steve Young

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