September Interpretive Walks


Interpretive walkThis September, Greenways Land Trust will be holding a series of interpretive walks on trails throughout Campbell River. Each walk has its own theme, and is led by a knowledgeable and engaged GLT member. You are invited to come out to as many walks as you would like admission is free.  Greenways organizes these walks to celebrate Campbell River's natural areas and to show how our community contributes to protecting and enhancing our special places and wildlife.  So come out, slow down for a while, and enjoy the view.   

Saturday, Sept. 7 - 10am-12pm.  'Growing Old is Exciting'.  Roy Meyers will explore forest succession in the Beaver Lodge Forest Lands.  Meet at the small parking lot adjacent to 800 S McPhedran Rd.

Thursday, Sept. 12 - 6-8pm.  'Nunns Creek Streamkeeping'.  Barb Phipps leads this walk explaining what Streamkeepers do in the Nunns Creek watershed.  Meet at the corner of Evergreen Rd. and the ERT road.

Sunday, Sept. 22 - 1-3pm.  'The History of the Beaver Lodge'.  Ron Burrell will lead you in discussion of how the Beaver Lodge Forest Lands came to be.  Meet at the parking lot at the entrance to the Beaver Pond Trail next to 610 S McPhedran Rd

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