Join us on Sunday, September 26, 9:30-noon to learn how to identify rare plants and invasives with Mike Duffy, local botanist, and help clear the Riverstone Preserve of invasive plants, too! Bring work gloves, water, insect repellant, and snack. We’ll meet at the intersection of the Fox Farm Access road and the West River Trail. Email us at email@example.com to let us know you’re coming. Thank you!
Hello! I would very much like to join you, assuming I can find my car keys (I think they are locked in my trunk 😢). Can you please tell me in which direction to will be working from the access point, in case I am a bit late? This is so embarrassing- Peace and gratitude,
Kim On Wed, Sep 22, 2021 at 3:46 PM THE WEST RIVER TRAIL wrote:
> KW posted: ” Identify rare plants and invasives with Mike Duffy, local > botanist, and help clear the Riverstone Preserve of invasive plants, too! > Bring work gloves, water, insect repellant, and snack. We’ll meet at the > intersection of the Fox Farm Access road and th” >
If you are coming on the trail from the trailhead beyond the Marina, you will take the trail along the dirt road past the house on the left, go beyond the I-91 bridge, keep going another 1/2 mile maybe, until you see a little wooden sign on the left side of the trail that says Riverstone Preserve. If you’re not late, keep walking another 1/2 mile or so, until you see an open area on the right side of the trail where a dirt road comes down to intersect with the trail. This is the Fox Farm Rd access trail. That’s where we will meet at 9:30. If you’re late, we’ll be working back in the direction you came from–on the Riverstone Preserve. You’ll see another sign saying Riverstone Preserve and shortly after there is a narrow trail going off to the right. It loops around the Preserve–we will be working in the woods in that area. Look for a map at the kiosk in the map holder. If there are maps there, you can take a look at the map and see where to meet us, and where we will be working on the Riverstone Preserve. I hope you find us! Thank you for your interest in joining us. Kathleen
Thank you for your help, and please ignore my strange posting. I expected this to come to my email – live and learn.