State of the Verde River Watershed Conference Field Trip
Meet at 9:15 and be on the trail by 9:30. Michael Byrd will guide the group through the Watson Woods Riparian Preserve, viewing the forest, wetlands, and restoration projects on Granite Creek, a tributary of the Verde River. Focus will be directed to success stories, natural history of the Preserve, and challenges faced – both current and future.
Meet-up location: Watson Woods Riparian Preserve, Rosser Street Entrance (on 89 just south of Prescott Creeks Office)
Meet-up time: 9:00AM
To bring: Sunscreen, 1 quart of water, comfortable walking shoes or boots, wide-brimmed hat, and depending on your interests and/or talents, a camera, a pair of binoculars, or any number of field guides can enrich a creek-side visit.
Activity level: This field-trip will involve walking primarily on natural trails with minimal elevation change within the Watson Woods Riparian Preserve. All attendees should be able to walk on uneven surfaces for at least 1 mile with comfort.
Watson Woods Riparian Preserve, Rosser Street Entrance (on 89 just S. of Prescott Creeks Office)
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