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                       Fridays at 4 for Lakes

“Sedges, Rushes and Grasses of Maine Lakes”

Presented by Lisa Standley; scheduled for September 30th

This presentation will be technical in nature and cover the key features of sedges, rushes, and grasses. Lisa will describe the common and dominant species for each lacustrine habitat type. It is sure to be an exciting and informative final Fridays at 4 for Lakes for the 2022 season.

Lisa is a plant systematist specializing in sedges (the Cyperaceae), author of the Field Guide to Carex of New England, and I’m the Curator of the Vascular Plant Herbarium of the New England Botanical Society. She is retired, and spent much of her professional career as an environmental scientist working in wetland ecology, permitting, and environmental impact statements for major infrastructure projects (including the Downeaster rail project and the Aroostook County Transportation study).

 


LSM’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Video

The production of this video was made possible thanks to a generous donation from

 Thank you for helping us celebrate and commemorate our 50th anniversary by sharing your personal LSM story!

Other activities we have been doing for our 50th Anniversary can be found HERE

 

Thank you for making this year special!



 

Contact information

Contact us at:     Phone: 207-783-7733       Email: stewards@lakestewardsme.org

Hours of visitation at LSM Office:
  Mondays 9:00am - 3:00pm         Wednesdays 9:00am - 3:00pm
  Thursdays 11:00am - 3:00pm       Or by appointment

Our Mission

Lake Stewards of Maine (LSM) works to protect Maine lakes and to promote lake stewardship through widespread citizen participation in the gathering and dissemination of credible scientific information pertaining to lake health.

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LSM is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to the collection of information pertaining to lake water quality. For 50 years, trained volunteers throughout Maine have donated their time so that we may all learn more about one of Maine’s most beautiful and important resources — our lakes.