Take a gentle guided stroll along the Batavia Kill stream in Windham with scientists at your elbow. Catch breathtaking Catskill Mountain views and learn about all the ways that healthy streamside lands are important for plants, animals, and people!
Staff from the Catskill Center's Streamside Acquisition Program, the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership, and the Catskill Streams Buffer Initiative will guide the walk and share their expertise and enthusiasm. All ages are welcome.
It’ll be a great chance to tap those in-the-know about invasive plant identification, native landscaping, riparian & stream restoration and soak up a morning of family-friendly environmental education.
The walk will be a mile-and-a-half along a level gravel path. Other than a water bottle, weather-appropriate clothing, and perhaps a jogging stroller for the littlest ones, no equipment is necessary. The walk is scheduled to take two hours.
This event is a part of the Hudson River Valley Ramble and is sponsored by the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development Contact.
For more information, please contact Julia Solomon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-720-0088.