Sponsoring Organizations: Maryland Native Plant Society and Natural History Society of Maryland
Originally designed by the Olmsted Brothers in 1904, Herring Run Park follows ~2.5 miles of the course of Herring Run creek between Lake Montebello / Morgan State University and I-895 in Baltimore. It is a great area for learning stream-side plants and animals and urban ecology. We will begin at the historic Halls Spring and work our way down the path along Herring run.
This walk is primarily intended for beginning and intermediate level naturalists.
Leader: Brett McMillan, MNPS Board member
Notes: This is an easy walk with paved or gravel paths over level ground. Some of the paths are being repaired and so there may be mud or uneven ground. Restrooms are available at the parking area.
Cancellation Policy: The walk will proceed in the case of drizzle or intermittent light rain. An email will be sent no less than an hour before the hike if conditions warrant canceling the walk.
Contact: (for additional information; not to register) Brett McMillan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: included in registration confirmation.
©Maryland Native Plant Society PO Box 4877, Silver Spring, MD 20914MNPS is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization incorporated in Maryland.