Join us Sunday, Sept. 19, from noon to 4 p.m. for this year’s watershed alliance picnic. We’ll gather under the pavilion at Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve and Environmental Center, 1537 Mount Hope Road, Fairfield, for a BBQ lunch. There’ll be pond-fishing for the kids, an opportunity to try your hand at fly-casting, and a macroinvertebrate-sampling demonstration. We’ll also catch you up on happenings in our local watersheds. All are welcome to attend. Membership is not required, and the picnic is free.

Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve and Environmental Center offers hikers, walkers, families, children, photographers, birders, butterfly-chasers, and nature-lovers outstanding opportunities to discover and explore the natural world.

Mark Berg is member of the board of the Watershed Alliance of Adams County (WAAC). WAAC’s web site contains information if you would like to join, contribute, or volunteer.

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