Along the paths of Beaverton Creek and Cedar Mills Creek, we get to explore this fantastic wildlife area and wetlands. There are ponds, trails and areas of very old forest with giant trees… Oaks, Douglas Firs, Western Redcedars, Ashes, Maples, and many more. We will get to observe and identify dozens of native trees, understory shrubs, herbs and wildflowers… and talk about their edible and medicinal properties… all while walking on well-maintained easy trails that still feel wild and secluded. Besides the plants, we may spot numerous birds, reptiles, amphibians and mammals that make their homes in the park. This hike can be family friendly if you want to bring (non-disruptive) young children along.
Hiking level: very, very easy
Date: Wednesday, May 19
Time: 10:00AM - 1:00PM
Outdoor class refund policy: a refund (minus a $10 admin fee) can be given for cancellations up until 24 hours before the event. No refunds are possible less than 24 hours before the class, or for no-shows on the day of the event.