Join us May 11-13 as we celebrate the unique and important ecosystem of Black Mountain. As the highest point in Kentucky, this mountain is home to many rare species of wildflowers including painted trillium, rosy twisted stalk, purple fringed orchid, and Kentucky's largest population of Turk's cap Lilly. In addition, Black Mountain is home to several species of rare birds, mammals, and insects. Joyce Bender, former director and longtime manager at the Kentucky State Nature Preserve Commission, will be a guest speaker. Come learn from Joyce why Black Mountain is such a special place.
Cost is $225 for an adult and $125 for children ages 6-12. There is no charge for children ages 5 years and under.
Lodging is provided on Friday and Saturday nights. Visitors may stay in dormitory or cottage-style housing. Bathrooms are shared. Single rooms available upon request.
Meals are provided from Friday dinner through Sunday lunch. Homegrown vegetables are served as much as possible. Vegetarians options are available with advance notice.
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