In response to public interest, the RCML is hosting two outdoor education programs for adults. Thursday July 2nd at 5:15 we'll meet with Dan McKinley and Megan Payne of the U.S. Forest Service to learn about the inhabitants of our local streams, and stewardship of our natural resources. We'll search for and identify water bugs and salamanders, and using electrofishing gear we'll catch and identify native species in Michigan Brook.
WILDFLOWER IDENTIFICATION WALK
What are those amazing fuschia flowers in overgrown hayfields? Why all the fuss about Japanese Knotweed? Find out on July 9th at 5:15 when Aaron Marcus of the U.S. Forest Service will lead us on a 1.5 mile wildflower walk down to the Tweed river and across varied terrain to identify and discuss native and invasive plant species.