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Celebrate Arbor Day - Watershed Walk & Talk


Date Tuesday, February 18
Time 10am – 12pm
Location: Lost Corner Preserve, 7300 Brandon Mill Rd NW, meet at outdoor pavilion
Ages: 10 years old and up
Our city in the forest provides an incredible list of benefits to the water quality of our watersheds. Learn about the ways that preserving our forests and trees will benefit the health of our watershed. The last 30 minutes of the program we will plant a tree in celebration of Georgia Arbor Day. Seedlings will be provided for each household to take home.
This walk and talk program series will discuss the features of the Marsh Creek-Chattahoochee River Watershed and how water quality programs can engage citizens in improving the health of the Chattahoochee River. The topics of each program will differ and will involve walking the trails of the preserve as well as entering the creek at times. Grab your boots and meet us at the covered shelter for some fun!
Registration at Walk-ins welcomed!
Call 770-790-5600 for more information.
Cost: Free