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Parks & Recreation Events

  1. Knobs and Kettles - Glacial Origins and Today's Habitats

    March 17, 2019, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Park Lyndon

    Late winter/early spring is a great time to take notice of features of our local landscape! Join naturalists Faye Stoner and Ron Gamble for this hike to explore some of the off trail areas in and near Park Lyndon and learn about some of the landforms and soils here, and the forests and wetlands found in this part of Washtenaw County. Much of the hike will take place off trail; some uphill hiking required. Please wear sturdy shoes/boots. We'll meet at Park Lyndon South.

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WRC-Events

  1. Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show

    March 16, 2019, 9:00 AM - March 17, 2019, 5:00 PM @ Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds

    Come see us at the Home, Garden & Lifestyle Show March 16-17th at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds. Stop by our Booth (C51) with Huron River Watershed Council where we’ll share some “deep-rooted” tips and resources on site and plant selection, garden layout, installation, and maintenance. You can take home some native plant seeds. Or grab a free Michigan Shoreland Stewards program booklet, a brand new 34-page resource for lakefront property owners on using lake-friendly practices. Also, grab some great information from our Solid Waste Program and Recycle Ann Arbor at booth D119. Don't miss our own Susan Bryan presenting a Rain Garden Workshop Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 11 AM – 12 PM in Building E. Plant A Rain Garden – Keep our Rivers Clean, One Garden at a Time.

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