Conservation District to offer activities

The Warren County Conservation District is offering self-guided fun and educational experiences.

“An Educational Invasive Species Walk will be set up at the Hatch Run Conservation Demonstration Area,” according to a release from the conservation district. “Come learn about common invasive species that may be found in our area.”

That opportunity will be available through the end of the month.

“Not all of the species can necessarily be found on the Hatch Run property, but informational signs will be posted along the Simmons Run Trail,” according to the release. “Come out any time during daylight hours and learn about invasive species that threaten native habitat.”

There will also be a Fall Trivia Quest trail posted along the main road of the property. “Learn about trees, local logging and forestry facts,” according to the release. “Go to www.wcconservation.net to print off the list of species you will learn about.”

Anyone looking for more information may visit the website or call (814) 726-1441.


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