Take a walk and see tree planting success, the effects of storm water, invasive species and lovely native plants
The Reedy Creek Coalition‘s monthly meeting for June is tomorrow the 11th. It’s only fitting that a group devoted to improving the quality of local watershed would take the time to enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.
The walk in the park will be led by Suzette Lyon and Bill Shanabruch both of whom have forgotten more facts about the park than I’ll ever know. The plan is to leave the Stone House at 6:30 PM and tromp about the park for 45 – 60 minutes.
Along the way they’ll show examples of tree planting success, discuss the effects of storm water that flows down Reedy Creek into the lake, identify invasive species and see lovely native plants like the flowers from wild ginger you see above. If you have binoculars, you might want to bring them.
A short business meeting will follow the walk.
Please e-mail the Reedy Creek Coalition (firstname.lastname@example.org) you plan to attend.
Image: Reedy Creek Coalition