A group of 24 hikers embarked on the John and Mary Lo Graham Nature Reserve on June 14th for a guided wilderness hike. The property, owned and managed by the Nature Conservancy of Canada, had lots of things to see including large maple and willow trees, and interesting interpretive signage. Cara Copeland, Conservation Biologist with NCC and member of the Lower Maitland Stewardship Group, led the way. Cara pointed out some challenges the NCC has been having with controlling the invasive Garlic Mustard, and with ATVs on the property. After a couple hours hiking, the group celebrated with a barbeque along the Maitland River.
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