As part of Fall Water Fest (complete schedule below), at 9 a.m. on Saturday, September 17, we’ll meet at the Garden at 485 Elm Street, and walk until approximately 11 a.m.
- We’ll look for late summer changes along the river. What is fruiting, flying, feeding?
- What limits and what benefits the wild things we share the valley with?
- How can we keep the water clean at the edge of town?
Led by naturalist and gardener at 485 Elm, Ned Swanberg.
Level walking less than one mile. No cost .