This information is from Jennifer Youngman (Outreach Coordinator, Homewaters Project)
Learn about watersheds and storm drains, beavers and peat, native plants and invasive species, as you follow the main branch of Thornton Creek's North Fork from its headwaters to Twin Ponds during a free urban nature walk. You'll hear about upcoming plans for Cromwell Park, loop through two arboretums, and learn about the Shoreline Transfer Station's relationship with Thornton Creek. Please bring stories of your own to share! Homewaters Project is all about connecting people to nature and each other in their own home place. To that end, Homewaters Project provides field investigations within walking distance of schools, and public programs such as Thornton Creek walks. Sign up today!
What: Thornton Creek North Fork Sampler Walk
When: Saturday, March 14, 2009, 9:00-11:30 a.m.
Where: Meet at Twin Ponds - but please sign up first.
Cost: Free, but space is limited, so sign up first. Bring bus fare.
How to sign up: Call 206-526-0187 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to Homewaters Project
Link to history of Ronald Bog