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Nature Walk: Indian Crossing TrailsDate: Feb. 22, 9am-11am
Location: 703 E. Chicago Blvd, Tecumseh - park and meet behind Senior/Community Center
Information: Celebrate National Wildlife Day with a walk in Tecumseh’s beautiful park next to the River Raisin. You never know what kinds of wildlife we’ll see! We will be joined by the Tecumseh Parks and Recreation Director who will tell us about Tecumseh’s restoration efforts. We’ll talk about the plants and animals we see along the way. Bring good walking shoes, dress for the weather, and if there’s a chance there’s lots of snow you can reserve a pair of snowshoes by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to register for this Nature Walk.
Invasive Species Seminar: Oak WiltDate: Feb. 27, 12pm-1pm
Location: Jackson County Commission Chambers - 5th floor (120 W. Michigan Ave., Jackson, MI 49201)
Information: The Jackson Lenawee Washtenaw Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (JLW CISMA) is holding a learning session about oak wilt. You’ll learn what it is, how to identify trees that have it, and what to do to treat it and prevent its spread. RSVP to Shikha Singh at email@example.com for this free event!
Nature Walk: Riverbend PreserveDate: Mar. 1, 2pm-4pm
Location: 12639 Allen Rd, Clinton
Information: It’s National Day of Unplugging, so put those phones and iPads away and celebrate with a walk through one of Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation’s preserves! We will be joined by Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation staff and as we trek through the trails where we’ll learn about the history of the preserve, the flora and fauna we see, and answer your nature questions. Dress for the weather and bring your hiking boots! Click here to register.
Invasive Species Seminar: Japanese Knotweed
Date: Mar. 11, 10am-11am
Location: River Raisin Room in Lenawee County Health Department Building (1040 S Winter St Suite 2328, Adrian)
Information: JLW CISMA Coordinator Shikha Singh will teach us all we need to know about Japanese knotweed - an invasive plant that can do lots of damage to building foundations, sidewalks, and parking lots. We’ll also discuss local efforts to eradicate it. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 4. Free!
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Thanks and see you outside!
Katie River Raisin Watershed CouncilOutreach Coordinator320 Springbrook Ave. Ste #102Adrian, MI 49221517-264-4754