Take Advantage of our FREE Walks
Our organization offers free walks that last about 90 minutes. All are done at a leisurely pace with time taken to enjoy and learn about the surrounding plants, trees and animals. We have anywhere from four to 25 people depending on weather and time of year. No reservations are necessary. Just c'mon out!
Ø “Winter Scenes and Work Review” Walk:
Sat., Jan 23, 10 a.m. Koppernick Section. Koppernick Road, south of Joy Road, west off of Hix Road. We will walk across the recently renovated bridge over Deer Creek, then downstream to review the woody debris pulled out this fall, then finish by hiking the Beech and Tulip trails. Three easy miles and two hours. Phil leads this walk.
Ø “Cabin Fever Remedy” Walk:
Sat., Jan. 30, noon. Koppernick Section. Koppernick Road, south of Joy Road, west off of Hix Road. We'll take the Tulip Trail loop, stopping to discuss two partnership projects we have with Wayne County Parks.
Ø “Winter Forest Bathing” Walk:
Sat., Feb. 20, noon. Cowan Section. Parking at Cowan entrance, Central City Parkway, west of Wayne Road, north of Warren Road. Enjoy some quiet away from technology. Boots best for some of the slippery up and down sections.
Ø “Step into SPRING” Walk:
Sat., Mar. 20, noon. Koppernick Section. Koppernick Road, south of Joy Road, west off of Hix Road. The scent of spring should be in the air as we look for early signs of a new season.
Ø NOTE: Our Annual Meeting will be scheduled for later in the year.
Stay tuned and remember to check our Facebook page for updates since everything is subject to change and cancellation.