Spend a fall morning with experts (including our own Holly Campbell) who will teach you about native tree species. Small, socially distanced groups will be guided either on an ADA-accessible route or a more challenging one. You’ll even have a chance to win a sapling offspring from “The Tree That Owns Itself” or other door prizes. Sturdy shoes and face-masks are recommended.
The walks will take place Saturday, October 30, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., rain or shine. Register online at accgovga.myrec.com. When registering, please indicate your mobility preference. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Preregistration is limited to 70 and ends October 28. Questions? Contact Edith Jackson at 706-877-5818.
Sponsored by Athens Community Tree Council in partnership with the Winterville Tree Commission and Sandy Creek Nature Center, the program is free, but you can make a much-appreciated donation at athenstreecouncil.com.