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Events Up North

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Fall Trails Series - Community Ash Tree Survey on the Kip Trail

Event date and time
October 20, 2017 - 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Email
recreation@cantonny.us
Location
Event description

 

The Canton Recreation Department is partnering with Nature Up North to provide a Canton Trails Series this fall. Join us each Friday afternoon in October as we feature one of Canton’s beautiful trails! Each Trails Series event will begin with a guided activity (30-45minutes) after which you will be invited to continue to explore the trail on your own. This family friendly program is open to all, and children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

St. Lawrence Land Trust Waterfall Walk

Event date and time
October 21, 2017 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Address

ADK sign on the Tooley Pond Rd.
Russell, NY 13684
United States

Email
stlawlandtrust@stlawlandtrust.org
Location
Event description

On October 21st, the St. Lawrence Land Trust will lead a trip to the Tooley Pond Road waterfalls. These are a spectacular set of waterfalls, each a short walk from the road and each worth visiting. We will explore 4 different waterfalls along the road. The tour is a mix of drives along paved and gravel roads and short, easy walks to the waterfalls. This is an outing for the whole family.
Participants should meet at the ADK Park sign on the western end of the Tooley Pond Rd. at 10 a.m. (about 1.5 miles up the road from Degrasse), The tour should be less than 2 hours total.

Young Scientist Workshop

Event date and time
October 21, 2017 - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Email
natureupnorth@gmail.com
Telephone
Location
Event description

Nature Up North invites interested 10th-12th graders to participate in a free field-based workshop. St. Lawrence University senior and local to Northern New York, Jessica LaMay, will be incorporating fundamentals of conservation biology, nature-based learning, and field research methodologies into this fun three-hour event. The Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive beetle that feeds on  Ash Trees, was recently discovered in St. Lawrence and Franklin counties.

Fall Trails Series - Bike Parade on the Remington Recreation Trail (Partridge Run)

Event date and time
October 27, 2017 - 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Email
recreation@cantonny.us
Telephone
Location
Event description

The Canton Recreation Department is partnering with Nature Up North to provide a Canton Trails Series this fall. Join us each Friday afternoon in October as we feature one of Canton’s beautiful trails! Each Trails Series event will begin with a guided activity (30-45 minutes) after which you will be invited to continue to explore the trail on your own. This family friendly program is open to all, and children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.