1:00 - 3:00 pm
Take care of our local ecosystem on Earth Day by pulling invasive garlic mustard from the hillside between the road and the stream.
Then hike a short distance among lush native wildflowers along the valley leading up to the beautiful Robinson Falls. Expect trillium, Virginia bluebells, hepatica, Dutchmans breeches, and more. There may also be some early migrating birds coming through the valley for us to hear and see.
Activities take place in a restricted area of the preserve, so registration is required. Participants should meet at the preserve office.
Bring gloves and wear sturdy footwear, binoculars.