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JULY  25 - Saturday, 10 a.m. - noon

EXPLORE PASOLD FARM - Hike with Carol Hillestad and Patti O'Keefe will explore this Barrett Township Open Space property along Brodhead Creek.  Meet at the parking lot on Pasold Farm Drive off Spruce Cabin Road.  Find well-marked trails for your later hikes. Free, but please register by emailing your name, contact information and number attending to info@brodheadwatershed.org

View a map of the Pasold Farm Preserve trail, Here.

 

AUGUST 9 - Sunday,  1 - 5 p.m.

RIVER RAMBLE - After the annual River Ramble on the Upper Brodhead, see Brodhead Hunting and Fishing Club's new clubhouse. Click here for details and a registration discount.

 

AUGUST 29 - Saturday, 10-11:30 a.m.

HIKE AT MOUNT WISMER - Two simultaneous hikes: one challenging, one easy - both with beautiful views of Barrett Township's backyard. Join Carol Hillestad or Patti O'Keefe for this series of free hikes called Get Outdoors Poconos. The hikes are free, but registration is required. For information, click here.

 

SEPT. 12 - Saturday,  1 - 4:30 p.m..

WHERE IN THE WATERSHED WALK AT FALL CREEK/BOWER RUN - Explore Pohoqualine Fish Association's private piece of the McMichael Creek watershed.

 

Explore ForEvergreen Nature Preserve

ForEvergreen Nature Preserve, "where the Brodhead doubles," is on a historic flyfishing section of Brodhead Creek.  Both native and invasive plant communities and wildlife habitat areas are re-establishing on the former golf course (soon to become BWA's and PHLT's new home). New features at the 40-plus-acre preserve include a rainwater garden, educational signage, an eagle's nest and maintained hiking/biking trails.

HIkes vary from easy, graveled-path walks to hikes of moderate difficulty off trail on both level and sloped terrain.

The parking area for ForEvergreen Nature Preserve is on Cherry Lane Road in Analomink.

 

Visit Paradise-Price Preserve

Use the trail map and brochure developed by BWA volunteer Sam Piel for this 770 acres natural area between the Paradise and Brodhead creeks.

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  • MORE WAYS TO GET OUT

Visit Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Try geocaching

Learn to be a streamwatcher

Explore the Brodhead Canyon

Visit the Paradise-Price Preserve

 

VISIT THE STROUD REGION OPEN SPACE PARKS

 

Explore Delaware State Forest

 

 

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