PICKIN' PAWPAWS

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Sunday, September 23 1pm Carpenter’s Bottom, 3229 State Route 98

Pawpaws are the largest edible tree fruit native to the United States.  Did you know George Washington enjoyed chilled Pawpaw fruit for dessert? Join Crawford Park District Naturalists, Josh Dyer and Lisa Bogard for a walk through Carpenter’s Bottom looking for these custard like fruits. We will even sample our harvest. Carpenter’s Bottom is located east of the railroad tracks on State Route 98, east of Bucyrus. For more information contact the Crawford Park District office at 419-683-9000. Look for information on other programs offered by the Crawford Park District by visiting their web site at www.crawfordparkdistrict.org or by visiting our Facebook page.


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