The phenology place that I chose in my hometown of Kennett Square, Pennsylvania is a park close to my house that I have spent excessive amounts of time in. I know this place like the back of my hand and I love it here. These photos show buck-rubs from this year and past years, some bank erosion along the creek from a flood a few years ago, the wide open hardwood forest, a few painted rocks that the township has hidden throughout the park, and a wall remaining from the farm that stood on this land long ago. This park is very conservation-centered and provides a place for the community to enjoy the natural world. The land is also farmed in certain areas with various crops. A strong sense of place is instilled in the community through many events to learn about the land, plants, and wildlife.