Join Kathryn Kolb, Director of EcoAddendum, as she leads a Winter Forest Walk & Talk for CNPC members.
Winter is a great season to explore the healthy, native forest at Gold Branch. As we hike, we'll identify trees without their leaves, discuss interesting forest details, spot indicator species, whose presence tells us about forest health, look for signs of spring, and enjoy ridge top views of the river. This moderate, relaxed 3-mile hike travels through ridges to the river. There are several steep, rocky sections
Ages 12 and up.
Please no dogs.
About Kathryn Kolb
Kathryn Kolb is a naturalist and fine art photographer of natural forms and landscapes, and Director of EcoAddendum. EcoAddendum (Eco-A) leads naturalist walks and innovative outings in all seasons in the Atlanta metro-area and beyond. For more information visit EcoAddendum.org
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