Ferns of the Smokies—Dr. Patricia Cox, TVA Heritage Program
Wildflower Photography—Jerry Drown, Gatlinburg, TN
Wild Edibles—Ila Hatter, Interpretive Naturalist,
Hike to White Oak Sinks—Jim Burbank, Great Smoky Mountains
National Park Volunteer. Moderately strenuous. Bring lunch,
drink, raingear, hiking shoes.
Lye Soap Demonstration—Gaynelle Kyser, Townsend Visitor
Slide Presentation on Wildflowers—Hope Woodard, Hedgewood
Wildflower Rambles. Choose:
Chestnut Top Ferns and Flowers stroll—easy, with Dr.
Tremont area walk—easy: “Plants and Pollinators” with Dr.
Jim Lowe, forest entomologist
Throughout the Day:
Sassafras and Ginger Tea Demonstration and Sampling—Gaynelle
Nurseries with herbs and wildflowers for sale: Honey Rock
Herb Farm & Sunlight Gardens
Bread and other Baked Goods from The Bakery Lady
Planters by Marion Schlauch, Southern Highlands Handicraft