The Lemonade Tree

4:00 ~ 5:30 pm – This time of year our roadsides are lined with the exotic-looking berry clusters produced
by staghorn sumacs. Drop by any time between 4:00 and 5:30 to sample
a cup of wild pink lemonade (aka “Indian Lemonade”) made from
these abundant wild trees. It's exceptionally high in vitamin C and
quite easy to make – we'll teach you how. We'll also provide some
other neat facts about these trees and teach you how to easily
distinguish them from poison sumac.

Meet at Enee Point Picnic Shelter

Saturday, August 3, 2019