Sponsoring Organization: MNPS
Title: Ten Mile Creek Watershed in Black Hill Regional Park
Leader: Ken Bawer
Come see why the Ten Mile Creek Watershed is worth protecting from over-development. The Montgomery County Council will be voting soon on whether or not to allow a mega-development which would pollute Ten Mile Creek and the Little Seneca Reservoir, an emergency water source for 4.3 million DC area residents. Most of the trails are very wide (about 9 feet) -- great for group botanizing.
Directions: Sent upon registering.
Bring: Dress for the weather and wear good hiking shoes. Optional: water, snacks, field guides, binoculars (water fowl on lake), note pad, camera
Cancellation Policy: If there is heavy rain or snow predicted, the walk will be canceled. Contact Ken Bawer at 240-744-6306 if you have a question or are uncertain regarding weather.
Notes: This is moderate hiking with some up and down hill sections.
Contact: Ken Bawer, 240-744-6306, firstname.lastname@example.org
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