A wonderful habitat for wildflowers in spring, as well as fern-filled dells, plus there’s an historic lime kiln dating back to the Civil War. Ruth Brooks, leader. Directions: Take Rt. 890 east to the Thruway; take the Thruway east to exit 22 (Selkirk), then take Rt. 144 south to meet Rt. 143. Follow Rt. 143 about 2.5 miles to Starr Rd. (Rt. 102). Turn right on 102, and go half a mile north to Joralemon Park.
The number of participants will be limited to 10 people, including the leader, since the covid virus is still active. Therefore the walks will be by pre-registration only; email [email protected] register. Be sure to include your telephone number, so we can notified you if the walk has to be cancelled; notice of cancellation or other changes may also be found at www.ecosny.org or www.facebook.com/ecosny. Those without computers may register by calling 518-381-1826, but texting is not available. All participants will be required to wear masks and practice social distancing.
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