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Annie Sturgis Sanctuary Nature Walk
40 acres Cushnoc Road

Annie Sturgis Sanctuary, Vassalboro, ME – Cushnoc Road. The New England Wildflower Society has a 40-acre tract along the Kennebec River that is notable for its large stand of Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense), which is extremely rare in Maine, and for a variety of other lime-loving plants. Woodland wildflowers include bloodroot, trout lily, and purple trillium.

Directions: Take Webber Pond Road across 201 (opposite Randy’s Autos) for approximately 0.2 miles and then turn right onto Cushnoc Road for approximately 0.5 miles to the Sanctuary entrance sign. Parking is on shoulder of road.

Vehicles, dogs and pets are not allowed.

Contact Information:
New England Wild Flower Society
Annie Sturgis Sanctuary
Hemingway Rr., Framingham, MA. 01701

Tele.: (508) 877-7630