BELFAST — Join Cloe Chunn for a tree identification walk along the Rail Trail on Saturday, Sept. 24, and enjoy making friends with several trees and other plants along the way. The walk starts at the Center Parking Lot on High Street (Upper Bridge Parking Lot) at 10 a.m.
Bring water, rain gear, pencil, and an old phone book or notebook for collecting leaves to review afterward.
The walk will last 2 hours, after which anyone who wishes, can drive or walk the Rail Trail into town and have lunch together on deck at the Nautilus.
FMI: Cloe at 207-338-1147.
To learn more about the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition please visit belfastbaywatershedcoalition.org.
The Belfast Bay watershed consists of 4 watersheds: the Little River watershed, 17.2 sq. miles; the Passagassawakeag River watershed, 50.6 sq. miles; Wescot Stream watershed, 19.8 sq. miles; and the Goose River watershed, 21.2 sq. miles, for a total Belfast Bay watershed of 108.8 sq. miles.