Woody Plants of the Myrick Conservation Center

Most of the forest had a fairly healthy mixture of various deciduous trees with scattered evergreen stands.  There was a large amount of American Beech trees but there were also many Maples and Oaks scattered throughout the wooded areas.  One notable tree in this park is the American Sycamore, they are relatively prevalent in my area and they are stunningly beautiful but Vermont tends to lack them because they are just north of their habitable range.  The two largest evergreen stands that I found were a Cedar and a White Pine stand.  The Cedar stand was in a low-lying wet area while the pines sat atop an otherwise grassy hill.